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The Anti-Laser’s Light-Swallowing Act

Lasers amplify light. The name itself is an acronym for "Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation." It's only natural then that the world's first anti-laser cancels light, and could spark applications in optical supercomputing and radiation oncology. ...

Kinect SDK Could Open New Worlds for Motion-Controlled Interfaces

Science fiction enthusiasts could probably connect over plans Microsoft announced Monday for Kinect, the company's interactive gaming add-on for the Xbox 360. ...

Cold Fusion: It May Not Be Madness

Cold fusion -- the largely discredited science of making more energy from less -- may be making a comeback. ...

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Weird Earthly Life-Form Means Rethinking the Hunt for ET

This story was originally published on Dec. 2, 2010, and is brought to you today as part of our Best of ECT News series. ...

Watson Graduates From Game Contestant to Physician Assistant

Fresh from a super-sized "Jeopardy" victory where it looked suspiciously like President Obama's ubiquitous teleprompter, IBM supercomputer Watson is about to become Dr. Watson, M.D. assistant. ...

Researchers Muffle Radio Noise to Make WiFi Breakthrough

Ten-4. Back to you. Over. ...

IBM’s Watson Takes One Small Step for a Computer

Instantly sorting 15 trillion memory bytes to find the right answer to a "Jeopardy" question: Elementary, my dear Watson ...

LG Puts 3D on Optimus Smartphone, World Waits to See Why

"Big screen, middle screen, little screen," might be a fast way to describe the journey of 3D technology, the last leg of which LG unveiled Monday at the Mobile World Congress. ...

Massive Information Stockpile Guides Humanity’s Course

Sixty one CD-ROMS for every man, woman, and child on Earth ...

Obama Digs In for Nationwide Wireless Push

It was deja vu for President Barack Obama and the Federal Communications Commission, as both executive branch representatives unveiled broad plans this week to expand broadband access ...

Private Contractors Fight to Keep the Shuttles Truckin’

Rocket and space shuttle contractors are orbiting U.S. space agency NASA, searching for the future of space flight through contracts that would privatize key missions. ...

Malware Is on the Move, Reports McAfee

Cybercriminals are following innocent consumers away from email and toward more popular, smartphone-style platforms, McAfee reported Tuesday ...

Alcatel-Lucent Aims to Rid the Planet of Monster Cell Towers

With lightRadio Cube, the engineers at Bell Labs sound like the slick designers at Apple ...

All Systems Go for Space Adventurers in Dry Run to Red Planet

An international crew of cosmonauts and astronauts reached orbit around Mars Thursday, marking a major milestone on a 520-day simulated journey to the fourth planet from the Sun. ...

Google Puts a Whopping $20K on the Line to Crowdsource Chrome Security

Ever hunting for a better digital vaccine, HP's TippingPoint DVLabs announced a partnership with Google Wednesday that has the scions of search cosponsoring a hacking contest at the CanSecWest security conference in March ...

Egypt: Internet Is Back as Street Fighting Takes a New Turn

In an abrupt about-face, the Egyptian government reopened the Internet Wednesday, ending a five-day shutdown that took out the country's top ISPs and a rebellious populace's ability to communicate ...

SmartWatch Could Serve as ‘Seismograph’ for Seizure Detection

Caregivers of people with epilepsy and related disorders harbor a major fear: that a seizure could occur without their knowledge ...

Tech Titans Ally With White House on Innovation Effort

AOL cofounder Steve Case is teaming up with the Obama White House and the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation to launch Startup America, a partnership announced Monday to "foster innovative high-growth firms in the United States," Kauffman representative Benjamin Branham told the E-Commerce Times ...

Protesters Jury-Rigging Workarounds for Egypt’s Internet ‘Kill Switch’

Governments are at it again, trying to stifle online communication with a major disconnect in Egypt and a reintroduced Internet "Kill Switch" bill in the U.S. ...

Anonymous on UK Arrests: This Means War

"Dear UK government," the ominous letter begins. "It has come to our attention that you deemed it necessary to arrest five of our fellow anons for their participation in the DDoS [Distributed Denial of Service] attacks against PayPal, Mastercard, and others, that have been carried out in our name in retaliation for those organizations' actions against WikiLeaks ... we take this as a serious declaration of war ... "...

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