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Shape-shifting computer chip thwarts an army of hackers

Todd Austin, University of Michigan and Lauren Biernacki, University of Michigan The Research Brief is a short take about...

Consumer electronics have changed a lot in 20 years – systems...

Callie Babbitt, Rochester Institute of Technology and Shahana Althaf, Yale University It’s hard to imagine navigating modern life without a mobile phone in hand. Computers,...

What is a neural network? A computer scientist explains

Tam Nguyen, University of Dayton Editor’s note: One of the central technologies of artificial intelligence is neural networks. In this interview, Tam Nguyen, a professor...

3 tips: How to teach children to watch commercials more closely

Sarah Gretter, Michigan State University With all the time that young people spend in front of screens these days – from TVs to laptops, cellphones...

Programmers need ethics when designing the technologies that influence people’s lives

Cherri M. Pancake, Oregon State University Computing professionals are on the front lines of almost every aspect of the modern world. They’re involved in the...

Windows 95 turns 20 – and new ways of interacting show...

Jonathan Roberts, Bangor University The arrival of Microsoft Windows 95 on August 24 1995 brought about a desktop PC boom. With an easier and more...

How – and why – Google is transforming the map

By Anthony Stefanidis, George Mason University; Andrew Crooks, George Mason University, and Arie Croitoru, George Mason University Google has managed to map most of the...

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Even before Hiroshima, people knew the atomic bomb

Matt Lavine , Mississippi State University Milton Rothmar, an American army corporal stationed in Italy, got the news about the Hiroshima bombing from the Armed forces...