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2D Material Energy Storage set to Become Commercially Viable

Materials scientists have found a way to restructure a class of nanomaterials into 2D material energy storage devices. While the world doesn’t lack power sources,...

Dutch NCLE Radio Antenna Will Join Chinese Mission to Far Side...

China just successfully launched a communication relay satellite to the moon ahead of its lunar lander-rover mission to the far side of the moon....

Battlefield V Is a Codename Eagle Tribute and Definitely Not Set...

This article details news about Battlefield V from EA DICE as a new game trailer drops Wednesday, May 23rd. It questions the accepted belief...

Quantum Computing Update: Scientists Successfully Control Atom Position and Entanglement

A team of researchers from Austria is pushing the envelope of quantum computing through high-precision control of the quantum entanglement phenomenon. Experimental physicist Rainer Blatt,...

NASA to use Lasers in Space to Create the Coldest Temperature...

NASA just sent an instrument to the ISS that is capable of creating the coldest temperature in the universe. To create the coldest temperature in...

TeenSafe App Exposes Thousands of Account IDs and Passwords

A UK-based researcher discovered that the TeenSafe app had leaked information on thousands of parents and children. The TeenSafe app allows parents to monitor their...

8 Ways to Increase Mobile User Engagement

With mobile-first indexing recently being rolled out, it’s out with the old and in with the new. Here’s how you can up your mobile...

Microsoft Just Acquired an AI Startup to Make its Bots Sound...

Tech giant Microsoft just announced the company's acquisition of the AI startup Semantic Machines. In a blog published by Microsoft AI & Research chief technology...

Google News to get Artificial Intelligence Upgrade

Google is reportedly working on using artificial intelligence as part of the company’s effort to stop news disinformation. Earlier this month, Google’s Chief Executive Officer...

Cresols Make Carbon Nanotubes Commercially Scalable

New research found that cresols, common solvents, can be used to produce carbon nanotubes at a plastic-like industrial scale. Since their discovery in the 1990s,...