Occasionally a trend story refuses to die because it’s true.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
DigiTimes says so, citing component maker sources.
Space Adventures announces a tourist seat aboard a new moon mission.
Project Morpheus is testing a greener propellant, and hazard detection technology.
A new model predicts the properties of paper made from graphene sheets.
In a TR exclusive, a patent reveals one possible way Microsoft’s future OSes will add depth to their interface.
News of another attack on user data shows that if handled correctly the cloud can be safe.
Americans throw away $57 billion worth of coupons every year; AnyLeaf aims to take them from the newspaper to your smartphone.
Tiny black holes may be capable of capturing particles around them, forming the gravitational equivalent of atoms