Category: Technology News

New advances in directed self-assembly could push silicon below 10nm more efficiently than EUV

For years, Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography (EUV) has been broadly painted as the future of the industry, even as its supposed integration into mainstream manufacturing...

Elon Musk wants to implant an AI interface in your brain

Elon Musk has had another bright idea. Nobody can accuse Mr. Musk of a lack of intellectual diversity in his pursuits; his interests have ranged from glitzy solar roof...

The House votes today on stripping away your internet privacy

Last week, the Senate voted along party lines to approve regulatory changes that would overturn currently existing regulations that limit what ISPs are allowed to do...

Amazon’s cashier-free store breaks when more than 20 people are shopping

Amazon announced its intention to put the nation’s cashiers out of work a few months ago, but it looks like they’ll be getting a reprieve for now. Amazon’s...

StarCraft: Remastered set to launch this summer, original game will be free as of this week

Blizzard’s StarCraft and the follow-up expansion Brood Wars are considered two of the greatest real-time strategy (RTS) games ever created. First released in 1998, the...

GameStop’s revenue craters on weak fourth-quarter sales, will close more stores

For years, GameStop has managed to maintain a significant lock on the physical games sale business, even as online sales of games and consoles became more popular...

ET deals: Get a 1080p Acer Aspire E 15 laptop for just $550

If you’re in the market for a powerful laptop that’s priced reasonably, this 15.6-inch model from Acer is definitely worth checking out. With a full HD screen, a new...

AI develops its own ‘alien’ language, the better to mock human underlings

If you’ve ever boiled with inner turmoil at the failure of your Android device to recognize an “OK Google” command, you know AI speech recognition and natural...

Cinema giant Arri aims its cameras at surgical microscopes

While Arri isn’t the first camera company to come to mind for most of us, it’s one of the oldest and most successful. For nearly a century, it has been the leading...

Spectacular zero-gravity landslide captured in progress on Comet 67P

Comets, it turns out, are rather more active places than we thought. Comet 67P, where we left Rosetta and Philae not too long ago, is one such happenin’ spot....