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Single-molecule switch gets us closer to light-powered computers

Single-molecule switch gets us closer to light-powered computers The computer and gadget industries have boosted the power of components by shrinking them to near-microscopic scale. One radical field, molecular electronics, takes this to its logical extreme: constructing circuits and devices from single molecules. Researchers at the Peking University of Beijing…

What Education We Need in 2016

On December 29, 2015, Posted by , In Education,Innovation,Technology, By , , With No Comments

What Education We Need in 2016 is better for us as this will help to build reality in the life of every individual and show them what they need to face in real life. The world has evolved so much yet school education is still pretty much teaching the same…

This Year’s Best Advice From Bill Gates, Richard Branson and Other Influencers

This Year’s Best Advice From Bill Gates, Richard Branson and Other Influencers You have to be passionate about what you are creating As 2015 winds down, now is the perfect time to prepare for your 2016 goals. Who better to get you inspired than successful professionals? LinkedIn has rounded up…

Amazon Jumps Into Internet Of Things Frenzy With New Cloud Platform For Devices Like Cars

We have been talking about internet of things in most of post on our blog page, but now it is coming to past. Amazon has recently jumps into internet of things with new cloud platform for devices like cars. All this means is that most of hardware like cars will…

Driverless Cars, Analytics and Tough Standards for 21st Century Innovation

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – FEBRUARY 02: U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx (R) and Google Chairman Eric Schmidt (L) walk around a Google self-driving car at the Google headquarters on February 2, 2015 in Mountain View, California. U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx joined Google Chairman Eric Schmidt for a fireside chat…

THE MOBILE CHALLENGE: Giving The 21st Century Learners What They Want

21st Century learners are mobile learners. They want to access the information and tools they need, when they need them, and on a variety of devices. It is all about learning at the point of need these days; we know this much. But is the modern learner getting the mobile experience…

Blind people can now navigate cities with Microsoft headset

A headset that talks visually impaired people around cities has been designed by Microsoft. It works with a Windows phone and uses location and navigation data with a network of information beacons in urban locations to describe routes. The headset was tested on a journey from Reading to London, including…

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