Move Over Graphene: IBM Expects Copper Interconnects to Hold the CMOS Line

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It was initially believed graphene could revolutionize semiconductor and interconnect design, but IBM doesn’t hold out much hope that it’ll happen. Instead, the firm believes copper will remain critical to manufacturing going forward.

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Man in Tesla autopilot crash may have been watching a movie

A man believed to be the first person in America to be killed while his car was driving itself may have been watching a Harry Potter movie at the time, Reuters reports.

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'Suicide drone' reportedly used during skirmishes between Azerbaijan and Armenia

The first known use of a “suicide drone” was reportedly believed to have taken place during the recent skirmishes between Azerbaijan and Armenia.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/04/09/suicide-drone-reportedly-used-during-skirmishes-between-azerbaijan-and-armenia.html

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Shadowy group linked to Apple's 'Project Titan' spotted at auto industry conference

Article Image A mysterious California company believed to be used to mask the development of Apple’s rumored electric car has been spotted at an automotive industry conference, strengthening the ties between the self-styled “market research” firm and vehicle manufacturing.

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Apple grows operations in Lund, Sweden for work on 'advanced mapping technology'

Apple is reportedly expanding its operations in Lund, Sweden, where the company is now believed to be working on “advanced mapping technology” for unknown projects.

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Project Titan, SixtyEight & SG5: Inside Apple's top-secret electric car project

Shrouded in secrecy and speculation, Apple’s mysterious “Titan” electric car project is believed to be in development at a top-secret facility hidden in plain sight, discovered by AppleInsider just minutes away from the company’s California headquarters.



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The Fallout From the NSA's Backdoors Mandate


The United States National Security Agency (NSA) is widely believed to have mandated high-tech vendors build backdoors into their hardware and software. Reactions from foreign governments to the news are harming American businesses and, some contend, may result in the breakup of the Internet. For example, Russia is moving to paper and typewriters in some cases to move certain types of information, Robert Neivert, COO of Private.me, told the E-Commerce Times.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/81530.html?rss=1

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Apple Watch's advanced AMOLED display far more costly than traditional screens – report

The flexible AMOLED display found in Apple’s new smart watch is believed to be among the most-costly mobile device displays available, according to a new report, with the 1.5-inch units thought to cost more than half as much as the 4.7-inch LCD in the new iPhone 6.



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New photos purport to show tweaked Touch ID sensor for Apple's 'iPhone 6'

With Apple believed to be in the final stages of preparation to begin manufacturing its next-generation iPhones, a slightly redesigned Touch ID component said to be headed for the so-called iPhone 6 has surfaced from Japan.



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