Monday, 18 November 2019
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Foam offers way to manipulate light

Added: 18.11.2019 14:41 | 9 views | 0 comments

Scientists have shown that a type of foam long studied by scientists is able to block particular wavelengths of light, a coveted property for next-generation information technology that uses light instead of electricity.

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The Technology 202: Josh Hawley escalates war with TikTok with new bill to limit U.S. data in China

Added: 18.11.2019 14:18 | 9 views | 0 comments

But American companies might also face challenges.

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Dubai Air Show: The man putting a jolt into electric air racing

Added: 18.11.2019 12:19 | 9 views | 0 comments

An Airbus-backed competition to race electric aircraft hopes to revolutionise engine technology.

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Japan hosts first fully-fledged arms show looking for an edge in tech

Added: 18.11.2019 10:08 | 10 views | 0 comments

Japan's first ever fully fledged arms show opened on Monday, creating a forum that Japan's government hopes will help it tap technology it needs to counter threats posed by China and North Korean.


SPACE10 Explores the Future of Digital Design in Architecture

Added: 18.11.2019 8:00 | 3 views | 0 comments

New digital advancements and technologies are redefining how we design. Looking at how these tools are becoming more ubiquitous and pervasive, IKEA's research lab published to explore the impact of digital technology and its larger movements. Authored by architecture theorist Mollie Claypool, the report illustrates these changes through data research, concepts, and visualisation by .


Should we be worried by ever more CCTV cameras?

Added: 18.11.2019 0:11 | 25 views | 0 comments

The global surveillance market continues to grow at a fast pace, led by Chinese technology.

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HBG Big News This Week: April 15-19, 2019

Added: 17.11.2019 19:39 | 3 views | 0 comments

Following is a recap of major news at Hachette Book Group for the week of April 15-19, 2019: HBG Community Service Day: we had our second annual Community Service Day on Wednesday, and close to 600 HBG employees volunteered in a wide variety of activities – preparing food in community kitchens, delivering hot meals to homebound seniors, reading with children, repainting rooms in community centers, gardening in green spaces, caring for animals in rescue shelters, assisting with literacy and mental health awareness projects, creating handmade cards for hospitalized children, and much more. Bestseller news:  James Patterson’s The Fall of Crazy House (JIMMY Patterson) debuts at #4 on the New York Times YA Hardcover list. Also, debuting on the NYT lists are William W. Li’s Eat to Beat Disease (GCP) at #10 on the Advice, How-To, & Misc., and Miracle at St. Andrews by James Patterson & Peter de Jonge (LB) at #13 on the Print HC Fiction list. HBG’s distribution clients have a #1 bestseller with Jeff Kinney’s new addition to the Diary of the Wimpy Kid franchise, Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid (Abrams) at the top of the Middle Grade Hardcover list. And David Sax’s The Revenge of the Analog (PublicAffairs) makes a surprise appearance at #1 on the Washington Post bestseller list this week. LA Times Book Prize: Beth Macy’s Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company that Addicted America (LB) has won the 2018  for Science & Technology. Ondaatje Prize shortlist: Adam Weymouth’s Kings of the Yukon (LB) has been named to the Royal Society of Literature’s 2019  shortlist. The £10,000 prize is awarded annually to a book of the highest literary merit – fiction, non-fiction, or poetry – which best evokes the spirit of a place. The winner will be announced May 13. Major launch: Ali Benjamin’s highly anticipated The Next Great Paulie Fink (LBYR) went on sale this week with an interview on NPR’s Here & Now, coverage to come in The Denver Post, New York Times, People, and the Wall Street Journal, and a two-week national tour.

Houston Astros executive asked scouts to spy on other teams, report says

Added: 17.11.2019 18:38 | 13 views | 0 comments

Kevin Goldstein, a special assistant to Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow, allegedly sent the email in question. It also follows reports suggesting the team had been technology to steal signs during their World Series-winning 2017 season.

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Meet the London start-up using facial recognition tech to sort your recycling

Added: 17.11.2019 18:19 | 14 views | 0 comments

A green new vision for the technology

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