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Mary Lou Jepsen, who leads the Google X display group, says wearable innovation is moving fast.
The world’s fastest thermal transistor could lead to thermal logic gates for controlling microscopic machines, say physicists
Neuroscientists Daniela Schiller says every time you recall a memory, it changes, and that can be a useful thing.
Twitter could make money by replaying TV content people tweet about, with ads.
Language-learning site Duolingo will let volunteers build courses for languages like Arabic, Russian, and even Dothraki.
The rate at which people post flu-related tweets could become a powerful tool in the battle to spot epidemics earlier, say computer scientists.
Nobel Prize for Chemistry celebrates detailed simulations of combustion.
Honda’s Hybrid Accord uses electric motors in lieu of all but one gear.
Single pixel cameras are revolutionising imaging. Now researchers have built one capable of tracking a moving object and creating a 3D film of its motion