The way your smartphone uses power provides a simple way to track it, say computer scientists who have developed an app to prove it.
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Take 20 scandium atoms, 60 carbon atoms, arrange in a volleyball-shape and, voila!
Commercial drones faced serious technological obstacles even before federal regulators proposed tight restrictions this week.
We need crops that can adapt to a less predictable environment.
Using the Internet isn’t just a luxury.
The way we go online in our cars makes no sense.
Hacking tools that burrow inside hard disk drives could also be made by nongovernment hackers.
The ability to spot faces from any angle, and even when partially occluded, has always been a uniquely human capability. Not anymore.