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Small talk: Electronic media keeping kids from communicating with parents
It happens in many households. Kids are tapping on their cell phones or are preoccupied by their favorite TV show as their parents ask them a question or want them to do a chore. Unlike previous research that has relied on self-reports by parents tracking their children's media usage, a new (...)
[Science daily]

Gigantic ultrafast spin currents
Scientists are proposing a new method for creating extremely strong spin currents. They are essential for spintronics, a technology that could replace today's electronics.
[Science daily]

Big data, better care for chronic kidney disease patients
A team of physicians and computer scientists is using merged electronic health records to improve care and clinical outcomes for patients with chronic kidney disease, which affects some 26 million American adults.
[Science daily]

How repeated spot microdischarges damage microdevices
In microelectronics, devices made up of two electrodes separated by an insulating barrier are subject to multiple of microdischarges -- referred to as microfilaments -- at the same spot. Now have elucidated the mechanism of microdischarge reoccurrence, by attributing it to the temperature (...)
[Science daily]

High-efficiency power amplifier could bring 5G cell phones
A new highly efficient power amplifier for electronics could help make possible next-generation cell phones, low-cost collision-avoidance radar for cars and lightweight microsatellites for communications.
[Science daily]

New method of producing random numbers could improve cybersecurity
A new method for producing truly random numbers could be used to encrypt data, make electronic voting more secure, conduct statistically significant polls and more accurately simulate complex systems such as Earth's climate.
[Science daily]

Researchers unleash graphene 'tiger' for more efficient optoelectronics
In traditional light-harvesting methods, energy from one photon only excites one electron or none depending on the absorber's energy gap. The remaining energy is lost as heat. But a new article describe one promising approach to coax photons into stimulating multiple electrons. Their method (...)
[Science daily]

Finding the next new tech material: The computational hunt for the weird and unusual
Scientists are turning to the world of computation to guide their search for the next new material. Their program uses software code developed to map and predict the distinct structural, electronic, magnetic stable and metastable features that are often the source of an advanced material’s (...)
[Science daily]

The $20,000 iPod: vintage Apple products net the big bucks on eBay
Like baseball cards and Beanie Babies, old-school Apple products have become lucrative collectables that are selling online for thousands of dollars If you are one of those people who hoards old electronics, then you might be able to cash in those iPods from the early 2000s for a few hundred (...)
[The Guardian]

Method to improve photoluminescence efficiency of 2-D semiconductors
Scientists have developed a method to enhance the photoluminescence efficiency of tungsten diselenide, a two-dimensional semiconductor, paving the way for the application of such semiconductors in advanced optoelectronic and photonic (...)
[Science daily]

Battlefield 1: turning brutal WW1 combat into an enjoyable video game
The series is going back to the first world war, and while EA Dice creative director Lars Gustavsson is intrigued by the design, its historical challenges are the most pressing concern It’s been rumoured for months, but on Friday, Electronic Arts confirmed that the next title in its Battlefield (...)
[The Guardian]

Engineers create a better way to boil water, with industrial, electronics applications
Engineers have found a new way to induce and control boiling bubble formation, that may allow everything from industrial-sized boilers to advanced electronics to work better and last longer.
[Science daily]

Syrma Technology Expands Manufacturing Center to Accelerate Customized Electronics Assembly for Expanding Customer Base
Syrma Technology , a leader in electronic manufacturing services (EMS) serving global OEMs, today announced a major expansion of its engineering facilities by bringing online a newly renovated 30,000 square foot manufacturing center in the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) of Chennai, India. The (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

Syrma Technology Expands Manufacturing Center to Accelerate Customized Electronics Assembly for Expanding Customer Base
Syrma Technology , a leader in electronic manufacturing services (EMS) serving global OEMs, today announced a major expansion of its engineering facilities by bringing online a newly renovated 30,000 square foot manufacturing center in the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) of Chennai, India. The (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

'Machine learning' may contribute to new advances in plastic surgery
With an ever-increasing volume of electronic data being collected by the healthcare system, researchers are exploring the use of machine learning -- a subfield of artificial intelligence -- to improve medical care and patient (...)
[Science daily]

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