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'Old school' synthesiser built 40 years on
Electronic music pioneer Daphne Oram's Mini Oramics synthesiser is built 40 years after being designed.
[BBC News]

'Old school' synthesiser built 40 years on
Electronic music pioneer Daphne Oram's Mini Oramics synthesiser is built 40 years after being designed.
[BBC]

'Old school'
Electronic synthesizer built 40 years after being designed
[BBC News UK]

Electronic medical practice environment can lead to physician burnout
The growth and evolution of the electronic environment in health care is taking a toll on US physicians. That's according to a national study of physicians that shows the use of electronic health records and computerized physician order entry leads to lower physician satisfaction and higher (...)
[Science daily]

Games reviews roundup: Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst; Sherlock Holmes: Devil’s Daughter; Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator
The dystopian free-running epic gets a fluid reboot, everyone’s favourite detective gets a new case and the weirdest beat-’em-up around gets physical PS4, Xbox One, PC, Electronic Arts, cert: 16, out now ★★★★ Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

The switch that could double USB memory
Scientists have developed a device that employs both magnetic and electronic signals, which could provide twice the storage capacity of conventional memory devices, such as USB flash drives.
[Science daily]

Samsung Pay Accelerates Growth with Three New Markets in Three Weeks
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., announced that Samsung Pay, the most widely accepted mobile payment system, successfully launched in three new countries, across three continents in three weeks, including: - - - [*]Spain, the first market to launch in Europe; - [*]Singapore, the first within the (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Samsung Pay Accelerates Growth with Three New Markets in Three Weeks
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., announced that Samsung Pay, the most widely accepted mobile payment system, successfully launched in three new countries, across three continents in three weeks, including: - - - [*]Spain, the first market to launch in Europe; - [*]Singapore, the first within the (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Ultra-thin solar cells can easily bend around a pencil
New flexible photovoltaics could power wearable electronics.
[Science daily]

Artificial synapse rivals biological ones in energy consumption
Researchers have succeeded in fabricating an organic nanofiber electronic device that emulates not only the important working principles and energy consumption of biological synapses but also the morphology.
[Science daily]

Threading the way to touch-sensitive robots
Smart threads can be woven into pressure-sensitive electronic skin for robots or medical prosthetics.
[Science daily]

New material, picked by computers, could boost power of vacuum electronics
Modern tools like microwave ovens and X-ray machines that are powered by intense, focused beams of electrons are ubiquitous, but many of the materials in those devices have remained largely unchanged for decades. Now, electrical and materials engineers have identified a substance that could (...)
[Science daily]

Raspberry Pi maker to sell company for £615m to Swiss Dätwyler
Shares in Premier Farnell, maker of £20 educational computer for children, rise by 50% as sale is announced Premier Farnell, the maker of the low-cost Raspberry Pi mini computer, has agreed to sell itself for £615m to the Swiss industrial components maker Dätwyler. The Leeds-based electronic (...)
[The Guardian]

New nanomaterial offers promise in bendable, wearable electronic devices
An ultrathin film that is both transparent and highly conductive has been produced by a cheap and simple method devised by an international team of researchers. The film -- a mat of tangled nanofiber, electroplated to form a 'self-junctioned copper nano-chicken wire' -- is also bendable (...)
[Science daily]

Fifa 17 – new engine, new story mode, and five more key additions
Electronic Arts has thought big with its latest football sim, transferring to the Frostbite engine and taking story-telling lessons from Bioware This, of course, happens every year. The producers at EA Sports in Vancouver have to travel the world evangelising the latest Fifa title to (...)
[The Guardian]

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