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Hybrid Qubit is Demonstrated with High Tunability – A Progress in Semiconductor Quantum Computation

by February 5, 2018

A major progress in the field of the semiconductor quantum computation with Hybrid Qubit A new progress or achievement made in the field of the semiconductor that also in the quantum arena will be a major boon for the products

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5 services you need to be using whilst travelling the world

by January 25, 2018

Whatsapp Even if you want to get off the grid for a while, people back home are going to want to keep in touch with you during your travels. Consider Whatsapp as an alternative to traditional phone calls and SMS

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Tattoo Sensors: Plants Get Sensor ‘Tattoos’ That Track Water

by January 16, 2018

What can a tattoo do? Well it can act as a sensor but not on human beings but on the plants. A plant scientist from Iowa State University has developed Tattoo Sensors on tape, which can be easily attached to

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Meltdown and Spectre: How Chips Hack Work

by January 15, 2018

Fixing Vulnerabilities – Computer chips Technology corporations have been making attempts in fixing the main vulnerabilities located in computer chips providing more insight on these chips that are ideally being targeted by hackers.  Overall, Meltdown together with Spectre tends to

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Piezoelectric Tiles Light the Way for Kennedy Space Center Visitors

by January 10, 2018

Kennedy Space Center gets Piezoelectric Tiles Light on the Visitor’s Pathway Our search for new age technology which can help in powering cities of the future has finally come to an end. A team of scientists at the NASA Kennedy

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Boosting the Antibiotic Arsenal

by January 1, 2018

There is good news in the field of medicine. Earlier, antibiotic that were used to treat bacterial infections such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa, which was present in the lungs of patients suffering from cystic fibrosis were not effective. This was noticed

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Tacotron 2: Generating Human-like Speech from Text

by December 22, 2017

Making apps and neural networks smarter and getting the systems more human like is what companies and app developers are striving to achieve these days with their product offering. Creating natural or more human like sounding speech is one of

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Could Charge to Full in Just Twelve Minutes

by December 11, 2017

Samsung is slated to come out with a smartphone with its battery charging in just 12 mins of its Samsung Galaxy S9. It will be a revolution in battery technology, which can be used in smartphones, electric cars and wearables. Most

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The new “In” thing: Wearable Technology

by December 6, 2017

Have you ever been in a situation where pulling out your phone may be a distraction or possibly not allowed, even if you have to silence the phone to stop disturbing others? For example you may be at a meeting

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Google Paper Signals: Cute Voice Experiment Lets You Track The World With Paper

by December 6, 2017

Now you can track the world with a  Google’s new voice based experiment Paper Signals The tech giant Google isn’t seemed to slow down at all. Last year saw a remarkable increase in the sales and popularity of Pixel devices though

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