The partnership to jointly develop fuel cell vehicles by 2017 signals the renewed interest in hydrogen-powered cars and the need to collaborate in auto industry.
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The fifth generation of mobile communications technology will see the end of the “cell” as the fundamental building block of communication networks.
Some pundits worry that the new service could even remove pirated tracks.
Startup View, formerly called Soladigm, introduces a dynamic glass window that tints based on building light and temperature.
Disruptive technology platforms are only as good as the human resources they leverage.
After more than a year of unsuccessful searching, authorities called in an elite group of statisticians. Working on their recommendations, the next search found the wreckage just a week later.
The ebb and flow of geolocated Twitter activity is a “social microscope” that reveals the heartbeat of a city, say complexity scientists.