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The way galaxies evolve from variations in matter density in the early universe is mathematically equivalent to the way cities grow from changes in population density on Earth, say cosmologists.
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A September video explains why Google hopes someone with experience in jewelry design and fashion can turn Google Glass into a product.
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An attempt to release customizable smartphones made up of interchangeable modules is inching forward.
Skype’s real-time translation software highlights remarkable progress in machine learning—but it still struggles with the subtleties of human communication.
Wireless technology more than 10 times faster than the best Wi-Fi is coming to market in 2015.
A wireless transmitter could give paralyzed people a practical way to control TVs, computers, or wheelchairs with their thoughts.
Computer scientists have devised a way to make conventional memory discs 99.999 per cent reliable over a 4-year lifespan.