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Samsung Foldable AMOLED Display

One of the most difficult problems for designing mobile devices is finding a way to minimize the size of the device while simultaneously maximizing the size of the display and Sammy's Advanced Institute of Technology now has built a prototype of a seamless foldable display that folds in half without a visible crease in the middle.............
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World’s Biggest CMOS Sensor

World's biggest CMOS sensor could help doctors detect and heralds better treatment for cancer patients.Measuring a hefty 12.8 square cm, DyNAMITe is roughly 200 times bigger than the chips you'd find in most PCs, making it the largest imager ever made on a wafer of standard and this extra girth allows the active pixel sensor to capture images in…
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Researchers Build Synthetic Synapse Circuit

Researchers create functioning synapse using carbon nanotubes, devices might be used in brain prostheses or combined into massive network of synthetic neurons to create a synthetic brain and This could be invaluable to AI research, though the team still hasn't tackled the problem of scope.These nanotubes are critically lacking in plasticity and hey…
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New Radio Wave Technique For Detect Alien Planets

New radio wave technique could detect alien planets, receive interstellar tunes and because exoplanets often have decades-long orbits, meaning you could spend a lot of lonely nights fruitlessly searching the skies.Scientists at the University of Leicester in England developed a new approach,, they are looking for radio waves emitted when…
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World’s First Programmable NanoProcessor

Researchers from Harvard and MITRE announce world's first programmable nanoprocessor and represents a significant step forward in the complexity of computer circuits that can be assembled from synthesized nanometer-scale components.Nanowire tiles can perform an advance because these ultra-tiny nanocircuits can be programmed electronically to…
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