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GPS is power hungry and often suffers from poor signal strength in city centres. Now computer scientists have worked out how your smartphone’s inertial sensors can fill in the gaps.
What are the roles of instinct, experience, and gut in a data-driven innovation culture?
For the first time, researchers report that monkeys can use brain implants to control a left and a right arm.
Amid torrent of revelations that the NSA finds mass surveillance easy, the IETF ponders how to harden the Internet.
In a smart city, every electric vehicle must have access to a charging station within its driving range. So how should these stations be located? The good news: computer scientists have solved the general version of this problem. The bad news: it’s NP-hard.
Musk says battery cell capacity will need to double worldwide for Tesla to produce a mass-market electric car.
Motion capture techniques record almost every conceivable form of body movement for the control of virtual characters in games and movies. But tongue movement has always been the exception, until now.
The best of the rest from the arXiv preprint server.
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