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Slideshow Outlines Cyberwar Training for Chinese Students
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Slideshow Outlines Cyberwar Training for Chinese Students

Computer science students in China are exhorted to "shoulder the responsibility of safeguarding [China's] cyber sovereignty, and engage in the arduous task of...

NSF Grant Will Build Faster, More Efficient Supercomputer Prototype
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NSF Grant Will Build Faster, More Efficient Supercomputer Prototype

The U.S. National Science Foundation has awarded a $500,000 grant to researchers at Texas Tech University to develop a new supercomputer prototype that could...

College Basketball Data Aplenty for Those Who Can Afford It
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College Basketball Data Aplenty for Those Who Can Afford It

When Butler fell a precious few inches short of winning a national championship in 2010, its players took the court during that season believing they were the most...

5.1 Million Americans Have Security Clearances
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5.1 Million Americans Have Security Clearances

Critics of the country's national security apparatus say Washington is addicted to secrecy.

N.S.A. Breached Chinese Servers Seen as Security Threat
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N.S.A. Breached Chinese Servers Seen as Security Threat

American officials have long considered Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications giant, a security threat, blocking it from business deals in the United States for...

Bioengineer Designs Diagnostic Microscope Costing Less Than $1
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Bioengineer Designs Diagnostic Microscope Costing Less Than $1

It's an invention that would make TV's secret agent MacGyver proud: a fully functional microscope that can be assembled from folded paper and a tiny bead of glass...

Space Sunflower May Help Snap Pictures of Planets
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Space Sunflower May Help Snap Pictures of Planets

A spacecraft that looks like a giant sunflower might one day be used to acquire images of Earth-like rocky planets around nearby stars.

The Brutal Ageism of Tech
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The Brutal Ageism of Tech

"I have more botox in me than any ten people," Dr. Seth Matarasso told me in an exam room this February.

Computers Spot False Faces Better Than People
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Computers Spot False Faces Better Than People

A joint study by researchers at the University of California San Diego and the University of Toronto has found that a computer system spots real or faked expressions...

Could Diamonds Be a Computer's Best Friend?
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Could Diamonds Be a Computer's Best Friend?

For the first time, physicists have demonstrated that information can flow through a diamond wire. Their experiment reveals that diamond wires could one day be...

Revelations of N.S.A. Spying Cost U.S. Tech Companies
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Revelations of N.S.A. Spying Cost U.S. Tech Companies

Microsoft has lost customers, including the government of Brazil.

Bot & Dolly and the Rise of Creative Robots
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Bot & Dolly and the Rise of Creative Robots

Behind a small cafe in San Francisco's Potrero Hill neighborhood stands an unmarked warehouse where the future of human-machine interaction is taking shape.

Stevens Launches Effort to Recruit More Women to Key Majors
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Stevens Launches Effort to Recruit More Women to Key Majors

Stevens Institute of Technology is partnering with an initiative of the NCWIT to implement a new strategic plan for recruiting more women into the fields of computer...

Startup Focuses on Efficient Cooling for Computer Servers
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Startup Focuses on Efficient Cooling for Computer Servers

  Timothy Shedd of the University of Wisconsin-Madison has invented a computer cooling system that is roughly 10 times more efficient than the air-conditioning...

Spinoffs from Spyland
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Spinoffs from Spyland

It takes more than a little tradecraft to spin off a startup from the National Security Agency.

How to Get Into the Games Industry–An Insiders' Guide
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How to Get Into the Games Industry–An Insiders' Guide

At this year's Bafta video game awards, one of the most telling moments was when Dr Who producer Steven Moffat took to the stage and declared "[Games] are going...

Building BICEP2: A Conversation with Jamie Bock
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Building BICEP2: A Conversation with Jamie Bock

Caltech Professor of Physics Jamie Bock and his collaborators announced on March 17, 2014 that they have successfully measured a B-mode polarization signal in the...

The Cleveland Cavaliers' New 3-D Floor Projection System Is Astonishing
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The Cleveland Cavaliers' New 3-D Floor Projection System Is Astonishing

The Cleveland Cavaliers are having a rocky season—currently, they're on the outside looking in at an Eastern Conference playoff berth.

With Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus, a Virtual Battleground May Finally Be Here
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With Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus, a Virtual Battleground May Finally Be Here

Virtual reality has never quite materialized for most consumers.

Tiny Transistors for Extreme Environs
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Tiny Transistors for Extreme Environs

University of Utah electrical engineers fabricated smaller plasma transistors that can withstand the high temperatures and ionizing radiation found in a nuclear...
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