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WD is developing 40TB hard drives powered by microwaves

Western Digital (WD) may have lost a bid to buy Toshiba's flash memory technology, but is still hard at work on its bread-and-butter hard drives. The company has unveiled a breakthrough called microwave-assisted magnetic recording (MAMR) that will allow ever-higher disk capacities, up to 40TB by …

An Alzheimer's Drug Has Been Found to Help Teeth Repair Themselves in Just 6 Weeks

We're so down for that!<p>Dental fillings may soon be left in the ash heap of history, thanks to a recent discovery about a drug called …

Scientists Have Developed Surgical Glue That Seals Wounds in 60 Seconds

This could save so many lives.<p>Scientists have developed an elastic, adhesive surgical glue that could transform emergency treatments by sealing up …

Intel Begins Making Chips That Resemble The Brain

Intel is beginning to experiment with so-called neuromorphic chips that attempt to more closely resemble how a real brain functions.<p>Coming out of the chip giant’s research lab, the new chip, dubbed the Intel Loihi test chip, consists of 128 computing cores. Each core has 1,024 artificial neurons, …

Deep Learning

Scientists Have Found a Completely New Way to Attack And Kill Cancer Cells

If this works in people, it will be better than chemo.<p>Scientists have made a promising step forward in the ongoing fight against cancer, developing a …

Immunotherapy

D-Link’s new $60 Wi-Fi Surveillance Camera offers HD streams at an affordable price

Today, D-Link has introduced a new affordable mini HD Wi-Fi Camera, the DCS-8000LH, that features 720p video for under $60. While it may not blow you away from a technical perspective, the slim, unassuming design makes it a great buy for those looking to dabble in home security for the first …

IBM scientists have captured 330TB of uncompressed data into a tiny cartridge

It fits in the palm of your hand<p>In a new world record, scientists at IBM have captured 330 terabytes of uncompressed data — or the equivalent of 330 million books — into a cartridge that can fit into the palm of your hand. The record of 201 gigabits per square inch on prototype sputtered magnetic …

Archives

The world’s fastest drone flies at almost 1/4 the speed of sound

Capable of reaching speeds of around 40 mph miles per hour, regular drones are not exactly dawdlers. But when you are dealing with specially designed …

Drones

Get any temporary tattoo in seconds with this printer

'Prinker' is a temporary tattoo printer that uses cosmetic grade ink to apply a design on to your skin in seconds. The company says the tattoo can …

Physicists Just Found a Way to Spin Teeny Tiny Robot Motors With Bacteria

Wheeee!<p>It may sound like something out of a sci-fi novel, but researchers have found a way to power micromotors with the help of swimming bacteria. …

Physics

Samsung made a giant 34-foot LED TV for movie theaters

So you just spent $120,000 on a 120-inch 4K HDR screen and think you've got the biggest, baddest TV around? Nope! Samsung has unveiled the Cinema LED Screen that's an epic 10.3 meters (33.8 feet, or 406 inches). It runs at full 4K (4,096 x 2,160) resolution, features HDR and peaks out at 146 fL of …

Samsung

New stacked solar cell absorbs energy from almost the entire solar spectrum

Most traditional solar cells aren’t able to convert long-wavelength photons into electricity. A team of researchers led by Matthew Lumb at The George …

Clean Energy

Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Liquid plastic welders and cheap 3D printers

<i>At any given moment there are approximately a zillion different crowdfunding campaigns happening on the Web. Take a stroll through Kickstarter or</i> …

Crowd Funding

Researchers create a 'battery-free' mobile phone

Your future phone may never need to be charged.<p>That's the exciting implication of new research out of the University of Washington, where researchers …

InnSpire builds a computer into an Ethernet cable

Plug one end of InnSpire's InnCable into an Ethernet socket, the other end into a TV set's HDMI port, and you have a very neat Android set-top box. …

Smart TV

SmartDuvet Breeze adds temperature control to the self-making bed cover

Smartduvet impressed us when it tfirst announced its self-making bed. Now, with the launch of the Smartduvet Breeze, the company added the ability …

Disability

Solar Panel Window Blinds!

SolarGaps can turn any window into a source of free energy<p>If you own your home, it may make sense for you to invest in kitting it out with solar …

Solar Panels

Plex brings over-the-air live TV support for Plex Pass subscribers

Plex Pass users will be getting an additional benefit from their subscription today as the company announces the addition of Live TV. Currently in beta, the service allows users of indoor and outdoor antennas to watch their favorite shows live through Plex. Combined with Plex’s DVR feature, Live TV …

Intel debuts Compute Card at Computex 2017, with Dell and HP as partners

Intel has officially unveiled its Compute Cards at Computex 2017, giving us our first look at the super-slim, fully functioning PCs. Along with a …

Kaby Lake

Massive Leak Reveals Monster 18-core Intel Core i9-7980XE Processor: Should AMD Be Worried?

Who wants an 18-core, 36-thread desktop processor? Well, this could be on the cards in the near future as the latest rumor points at Intel not stopping at just a measly 12-cores with its imminent launch of its X299 platform and Skylake-X processors. Instead, there could be 14-core, 16-core and even …

Computer Hardware

NSG S0 Fanless High Performance PC Chassis From €549 (video)

PC builders looking for a fanless chassis that is capable of accepting a high-performance PC may be interested in a new piece of kit called the NSG …

Computer Hardware

Intel’s first Optane SSD: 375GB that you can also use as RAM

3D XPoint finally has (limited) commercial availability.<p>Intel announced today the first Optane-branded product using its new 3D XPoint memory: the …

Computer Hardware

The $10 Raspberry Pi Zero W includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

The Raspberry Pi Zero is a serious, not-even-kidding $5 computer you can buy right now and put into all sort of projects, but to get it connected to the internet or wireless peripherals you'll end up spending at least $20 or $30 on cables and dongles. Really, if Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are important to …

Raspberry Pi

Liquid battery could last for over 10 years

Modern batteries aren't hampered so much by their capacity as their long-term lifespan -- a lithium-ion pack can easily become useless after a few years of heavy use. That's bad enough for your phone, but it's worse for energy storage systems that may have to stick around for the long haul. If …

Western Digital, Toshiba announce first 512Gbit 64-layer TLC 3D-NAND - ExtremeTech

By on February 7, 2017 at 11:31 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>Western Digital and Toshiba have …

A camera that can see visible and infrared light could add depth to images

Cameras that see both visible light and infrared could enhance the next generation of 3D and virtual reality cameras, as well as expand the …

James Webb Space Telescope

ASUS' Raspberry Pi rival can play 4K video

Homebrew-friendly boards like the Raspberry Pi are great for do-it-yourself projects, but they seldom have the oomph needed to handle intensive tasks. That's where ASUS hopes to do better -- it quietly released its own device, the appropriately named Tinker Board. It's almost the same size as the …

Cancer spread cut by 75% in tests

<b>The deadly spread of cancer around the body has been cut by three-quarters in animal experiments, say scientists.</b><p>Tumours can "seed" themselves elsewhere in the body and this process is behind 90% of cancer deaths.<p>The mouse study, published in Nature, showed altering the immune system slowed the …

Cancer

Scientists Have Cooled an Object Beyond The Icy Limits of Known Physics

What's cooler than cool?<p>For the first time, physicists have cooled a mechanical object to a temperature colder than previously thought possible, …

Honda Shows Self-Balancing But Non-Gyro Bike

Today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas <b>Honda</b> showed a system it calls “Riding Assist Technology” which could assist riders in balancing …