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Samsung Galaxy Fold hands-on: Amazing, and equally concerning

David Imel April 17, 2019 286 shares
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Samsung Galaxy Fold issues: What’s happening, what can Samsung do about it?

Scott Adam Gordon April 18, 2019 201 shares
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Oppo Reno hands-on: A shark-fin selfie shooter and 10x hybrid zoom

Lanh Nguyen April 17, 2019 147 shares
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Huawei P30 Pro camera review: Next level optics, low-light king

David Imel April 17, 2019 646 shares
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New chip from MIT could mean power-efficient AI in all your electronics

Researchers at MIT have developed a low-power chip specialized for automatic speech recognition that could result in a power savings of up to 99 percent.
Brian ReighFebruary 13, 2017579 shares
 

What will 5G look like? MIT reports

A recent write-up by an MIT writer gives us a glance at what 5G will look like, what challenges its development faces, and how it will change our world.
John DyeJuly 28, 20161049 shares
 

Thunkable: coding for the masses and profits for the makers

It's time for App Inventor to take its next step. No spun into consumer version, Thunkable is set to be the coding tool for the masses.
Edgar CervantesMarch 8, 2016258 shares
 

New AI chip could bring artificial intelligence to your smartphone

Researchers at MIT have unveiled a major breakthrough in artificial intelligence: a low-power neural-network chip that consumes ten times less power than a mobile GPU.
Kris CarlonFebruary 8, 20161332 shares
 

MIT researchers want to put a sharp 3D camera in your smartphone

MIT researchers have discovered a way to vastly improve the detail captured by small 3D camera modules, potentially increasing resolution by 1,000 times.
Robert TriggsDecember 3, 2015980 shares
 

MIT breakthrough may bring night vision to smartphone cameras

They used night vision goggles in World War II, for crying out loud. My phone can recognize my face and read my fingerprint. Why no night vision?
John DyeNovember 17, 2015900 shares
 

Google and MIT researchers demo their photo reflection removal algorithm

Researchers from Google and MIT have shown off a photo reflection removal algorithm that can remove foreground obstructions from your pictures.
Robert TriggsAugust 5, 20151147 shares
 

SolidEnergy’s battery claims twice the energy density of traditional li-ion, coming 2016

SolidEnergy, a start-up out of MIT, is developing a battery boasting twice the energy density of traditional lithium-ion designs. The first commercial product is scheduled to arrive in 2016.
Robert TriggsMarch 23, 20152394 shares
 

MIT spinoff aims to be the next solution for battery life issues

An MIT spinoff company called SolidEnergy has a working prototype that makes lithium-ion batteries much thinner, and able to store many more lithium ions.
Jimmy WestenbergFebruary 3, 2015846 shares
 

On the phone while driving? This research may put an end to that

Researchers in Brazil are working on a system that can detect when you are on the phone behind the wheel. It won't lock you out of your phone, or notify the police, at least not yet.
Jonathan FeistAugust 17, 2014388 shares
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