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computer memoryFene engineering stored a digital movie in the genomes of living bacteria

Researchers use expensive machinery to develop ways to harness DNA as a synthetic raw material to store large amounts of digital information outside of living cells. In 2016, a team at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and Harvard …

computer memoryElectron magnetic moments may achieve 100 times more computer memory storage

Many people who use computers and other digital devices are aware that all the words and images displayed on their monitors boil down to a sequence of ones and zeros. But few likely appreciate what is behind those ones and …

3d3D NAND will squeeze out Planar NAND

Intel’s new 3D NAND SSDs were specifically designed for cloud data center scenarios, but that those conditions apply to more than cloud service providers. The DC P4500 line is optimized for reads and is aimed at helping data centers get …

artificial intelligence2300 ton US Navy ship harassed by Iranian speed boats at Strait of Hormuz

A U.S. Navy surveillance ship was harassed by an Iranian fast attack craft while entering the Persian Gulf on Saturday, a defense official confirmed to USNI News on Monday. USNS Invincible (T-AGM-24) was transiting the Strait of Hormuz in the …

computer architectureDubai plans roll out of chinese single passenger Ehang 184 self-flying pod taxis starting July 2017

Dubai has tested a Chinese prototype of a self-driving hover-taxi, its transport authority said on Monday, with the aim of introducing the aerial vehicle in the emirate by July. The test of the one-man electric vehicle comes as the city …

computer memoryRussia plans to test a rocket mounted Zircon hypersonic missile in the spring of 2017

In the spring of 2017, Russia may test a rocket mounted Zircon Hypersonic missile for the first time. The launch is said to be conducted within the scope of the global non-nuclear deterrence strategy. The source did not specify the …

carbon nanotubesTerahertz wireless could make spaceborne satellite links with speed over 100 gigabits per second

-Hiroshima University, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, and Panasonic Corporation announced the development of a terahertz (THz) transmitter capable of transmitting digital data at a rate exceeding 100 gigabits (= 0.1 terabit) per second over a single channel …

carbon nanotubesUS soldiers will get improved grenade in 2020 and 35% lighter body armor

The Army‘s Top modernization programs in 2016 range from a new hand grenade designed to be easier for lefthanders to throw to hydrogen-powered vehicles Improvements soldiers can look forward to include: * Enhanced Tactical Multi-Purpose (ET-MP) grenade. Engineers at Picatinny …

adiabatic quantum computerHyperloop Transportation Technologies has raised $30 million in capital and $77 million in commitments and land rights

Hyperloop One and Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) are the two main companies working on Elon Musk’s vision of the Hyperloop. Both have set eyes on similar markets – the US, Emirates, Northern and Eastern Europe – to try and launch …

computer memoryF35B catches fire in midflight

The Marine Corps is investigating after an F-35B Joint Strike Fighter based out of Beaufort, South Carolina, recently caught fire in mid-air, Military.com has learned. The incident happened Oct. 27 at Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, a fleet replacement …