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Flexible wearable electronics use body heat for energy
In a proof-of-concept study, engineers have designed a flexible thermoelectric energy harvester that has the potential to rival the effectiveness of existing power wearable electronic devices using body heat as the only source of (...)
[Science daily]

Screen time or story time? E-books better for toddler learning
A new study analyses toddler's reading and learning habits through electronic books compared to print books.
[Science daily]

Plant inspiration could lead to flexible electronics
Versatile, light-weight materials that are both strong and resilient are crucial for the development of flexible electronics, such as bendable tablets and wearable sensors. Aerogels are good candidates for such applications, but until now, it's been difficult to make them with both (...)
[Science daily]

Illuminating a better way to calculate excitation energy
Researchers have demonstrated a new method to calculate excitation energies. They used a new approach based on density functional methods, which use an atom-by-atom approach to calculate electronic interactions. By analyzing a benchmark set of small molecules and oligomers, their functional (...)
[Science daily]

Developing a new balance for the new kilogram
In 2018 when the kilogram will be redefined, scientists will have developed the balance which is required for measuring: the Planck balance. This highly precise electronic weighing balance does not measure, as up to now, on the basis of the original kilogram using weights but refers to the (...)
[Science daily]

Making wires of polymers chains
Researchers have modeled a new route to molecular wires suitable for use in miniature electronics.
[Science daily]

Inside the rehab saving young men from their internet addiction
At a cabin in the Washington state woods, the reSTART center helps residents withdraw from technology that has consumed their lives By the time Marshall Carpenter’s father broke down the barricaded door of his son’s apartment and physically ripped him away from his electronic devices, the (...)
[The Guardian]

Security and privacy in electronic healthcare systems
All over the world, digital tools are increasingly being used to improve and streamline healthcare services. This does not only lead to positive results, but also creates opportunities for new types of threats regarding information security and privacy, say authors of a new (...)
[Science daily]

Breakthrough paves way for smaller electronic devices
A new way to create extremely thin electrically conducting sheets has been discovered, which could revolutionize the tiny electronic devices that control everything from smart phones to banking and medical technology, say investigators.
[Science daily]

DIY retro games console teaches kids about electronics.
Crowdfunded Makerbuino lets children build their own handheld games consoles.
[BBC News]

DIY retro games console teaches kids about electronics.
Crowdfunded Makerbuino lets children build their own handheld games consoles.
[BBC]

Sharp sues Hisense over 'shoddily' made TV sets
The electronics company claims its brand could be "destroyed" by TV sets that break US rules on electromagnetic emissions.
[BBC News]

Sharp sues Hisense over 'shoddily' made TV sets
The electronics company claims its brand could be "destroyed" by TV sets that break US rules on electromagnetic emissions.
[BBC]

Fifa 18: hands-on with the latest version of the football phenomenon
Alex Hunter is back for a second season in Electronic Arts’ latest football sim, but on-pitch changes such as variable AI tactics are the key to longevity “To some, Fifa is life.” This may sound like hyberbole from the game’s creative director Matt Prior, but he has a point. Electronic Arts’ (...)
[The Guardian]

George Brandis's salvo in cryptowars could blow a hole in architecture of the internet
Attorney general isn’t just proposing a backdoor into encrypted communications – it’s a giant sinkhole your backdoor fell into In 1993 the US president Bill Clinton’s administration introduced the “Clipper chip” into America’s digital and consumer electronics. It was one of the earliest attempts to (...)
[The Guardian]

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