Researchers at the University of Gottingen have found a way to bind hydrogen atoms to graphene.
These strange bacteria conduct electricity via a structure never before seen in nature — a structure scientists can co-opt to miniaturize electronics, create powerful-yet-tiny batteries, build pacemakers without wires and develop a host of other medical advances.
The US Patent & Trademark Office has published a patent application from Apple that details a submersible iPhone capable at taking pictures down to a depth of 90-140 feet of water. They’re not just looking at making the iPhone more waterproof, though. They actually want it to overcome the visual issues […]
Apple has applied to patent a technology which could be used to secure the Apple Watch with biometric vein authentication.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold isn’t even in stores yet, but already a number of patents have shown off other foldable phone designs from the company and now yet another has emerged.
ON Semiconductor is to buy Quantenna Communications for about $1.07 billion after accounting for Quantenna’s net cash of approximately $136 million.
The Agency for Science, Technology and Research’s (A*STAR) Institute of Microelectronics (IME) and Soitec are to develop and integrate a new layer transfer process within advanced wafer level multi-chip packaging techniques.
At the same time, a cellulose/polymer sensor can measure pressure, temperature and humidity, according to Linköping University.
A new system devised by researchers at MIT can monitor the behavior of all electric devices within a building, ship, or factory, determining which ones are in use at any given time and whether any are showing signs of an imminent failure.