New technology can keep lithium batteries like those in our phones from heating up, failing, or exploding, researchers report.
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With summer's arrival, avoiding ticks and the Lyme disease they spread is super important. A phone app can give you the facts you need to know.
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An app in development could help doctors diagnose anemia by using images of a patient's eyelid to get a count of their hemoglobin.
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Racetrack memory could be a new frontier in mass data storage, allowing for more computer power and smaller, faster, and more energy efficient memory.
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A new system can give college administrators insight into how many people are getting together inside buildings. That could boost social distancing efforts.
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A new technique uses regular smartphones to make 3D face models that are accurate to the millimeter, researchers say.
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With many schools closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, students are getting more learning via the internet. But not everyone has equal internet access.
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As you stay at home to help with social distancing to fight COVID-19's spread, you need to try to keep in touch with friends and family, an expert says.
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Surfing attacks use ultrasonic waves to control your phone from afar. They could let hackers make calls or read texts, all without you knowing.
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Lecture-based learning is no match for activity-based learning that takes advantage of tech for boosting student creativity, a new study finds.
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