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Peer through walls with T-ray vision! You can do it all with terahertz technology-or so you might believe after perusing popular accounts of the subject. One warm night last February, I lay down to bed feeling like a lab mouse. A heat-and motion-sensing arm-band gauged my energy expenditure, another activity tracker clipped to my waistband recorded movement, a blood-pressure cuff connected to my iPad squeezed my right arm, and a brainwave-sensing headband would soon monitor my sleep.

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A scale linked by Bluetooth to an app on my iPad sat on the bathr Napoleon's dictum no longer applies: These days, an army marches not so much on its stomach as on its batteries. Without them, soldiers can't see in the dark, work their radios, or determine their positions. But even the best storage batteries-accounting for one-fifth of the load in a typical infantryman's kilogram pack- can't last the week or so that field soldiers require.

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Peter Fairley 1. Carter M. Armstrong 1. A memristor is a contraction of a memory resistor and is a two-terminal device whose resistance depends on the voltage applied to it and the length of time that voltage has been applied. This device remembers its history, that is, when you turn off the voltage, the memristor remembers its most recent resistance until the next Moore took a look at his fledgling industry and predicted big things to come in the decade ahead.

In a four-page article in the trade magazine Electronics, he foresaw a future with home computers, mobile phones, and automatic control systems for cars. All these wonders, he wrote, would be driven by a steady doubling, year after year, in the numb You've probably thought of two or three already, but let me add one that I'm sure you haven't.

It's a big obstacle to EVs, and it's rarely remarked upon. Or sitting at a red light when there's no cross traffic at all. Include the evening commute and it is not unusual to spend 3 or 4 hours on the road every day.

It seems like hardly a day goes by without some news outlet describing the extraordinary things this technology promises. Most commentators forget, or just gloss over, the fact that people have been working on quantum computing for decades-and without any practical results to show for it. It's midnight on the North Atlantic, where a massive container ship receives the latest weather report.

There's a nasty storm brewing ahead. Quietly, the ship changes course and speed, to skirt the worst of it and ensure an on-time arrival at its destination. The ship's owners and the harbormaster at its next port of call are advised of the revised route. And as it nears shore, the giant ship must It anticipates trends in engineering, science, and technology, and provides a forum for understanding, discussion and leadership in these areas.

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SpaceX and blue origin face off. Blockchain world - Do you need a blockchain? This chart will tell you if the technology can solve your problem Morgen E. VR For Your Ears: Why software fails [software failure] R. Machine learning predicts home prices David Schneider. No pressure Philip E. Who killed the virtual case file? The Stethoscope Gets Smart: Medical delivery drones take flight in east africa Evan Ackerman ; Eliza Strickland.

Moore's law: A Tesla in every garage? Matthew N.

The India of Things: Tata Communications' countrywide IoT network aims to improve traffic, manufacturing, and health care V. VHDL-panacea or hype? SpaceX's space-Internet woes: Despite technical glitches, the company plans to launch the first of nearly 12, satellites in Jeff Foust.

Ethereum will cut back its absurd energy use Peter Fairley. The fight for the future of the disk drive Amy Nordrum. The White-Hat Hacking Machine: Perovskite solar cells: Ready for prime time Jean Kumagai. AI in the ICU: In the intensive care unit, artificial intelligence can keep watch Behnood Gholami ; Wassim M. Haddad ; James M.

Quantum computing: Both here and not here Lee Gomes. Phone service by balloon Michael Koziol. Air traffic control for delivery drones [Top Tech ] David Schneider. Smart buildings D. The High-k Solution Mark T. Bohr ; Robert S. Chau ; Tahir Ghani ; Kaizad Mistry.

Taxis without drivers-or steering wheels Philip E.

Special report: Can we copy the brain? A new spin on robot actuators Erico Guizzo. The real story of stuxnet David Kushner.

Blockchain world - Feeding the blockchain beast if bitcoin ever does go mainstream, the electricity needed to sustain it will be enormous Peter Fairley.

Energy trading for fun and profit buy your neighbor's rooftop solar power or sell your own-it'll all be on a blockchain Morgen E.

Peck ; David Wagman. The green promise of vertical farms [Blueprints for a Miracle] Harry Goldstein. Undersea data monster Jeff Hecht. The silver screen blossoms into color: Like it or not, old favorites like the maltese falcon are being colorized; here's how it's done Mark A.

The U. Deep learning reinvents the hearing aid DeLiang Wang. The puzzle of police body cams Barak Ariel. Silicon anodes will give lithiumion batteries a boost David Schneider. Stanley Williams.

Not so fast: Electric car: Mazda has improved the gasoline engine to a level that even Tesla should respect Dan Carney.

Red light, green light—no light: Tomorrow's communicative cars could take turns at intersections Ozan K. When will useful quantum computers be constructed? Not in the foreseeable future, this physicist argues. Here's why: The case against: Quantum computing Mikhail Dyakonov.

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