Feature Stories, Weblog & Reports

Anti-counterfeit polymers work like fingerprints

(Phys.org)—When it comes to tagging items to prove their authenticity, the goal is to stay ahead of counterfeit technology. The best tags are unique, complex, easy to read, and difficult to reproduce. ...

Feb 16, 2015 report
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Lenovo stops Superfish preloads and issues advisory

Lenovo has seen calmer weeks. News sites in droves rang chimes and sirens over an adware program on some Lenovo models escalating to concerns about the potential risk of a Man in the Middle threat. Lenovo ...

Feb 21, 2015 weblog
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Dutch Windwheel draws energy innovations

The backers of the Dutch Windwheel leave few superlatives behind. The most innovative 'windmill' in the world. A showcase for clean technology. Accelerator for renewable energy. A future icon for The Netherl ...

Feb 17, 2015 weblog
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Hotel robots in Japan will perform a range of tasks

This summer, you could be walking into a theme-park hotel to find the greeter is not a person but a robot. Once you stop rubbing your eyes, you will see that a robot appears, to carry your bags to your room. ...

Feb 08, 2015 weblog
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Google offers mail payment service in the UK

(Phys.org) —You already are accustomed to attaching lots of items in your emails. Pictures. Portfolios. Contracts. Resumes. White papers. For those in the UK there's something else as well. You can not ...

Feb 07, 2015 weblog
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