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For the visually-impaired, reading requires learning and comprehending the tactile language known as Braille, but a new gadget developed by engineers at MIT could make Braille obsolete.
Traffic can be the bane of a modern urban lifestyle and cities have used computer algorithms to time a single traffic light or a collection of lights in the most efficient way possible.
In the not-too-distant future, robots will work together as teams to gather information on a subject and collectively analyze that information to gain insight or generate a computational model.
Belleds Technologies launches Kickstarter campaign to offer new breakthroughs in LED lighting for the home which will support Apple’s HomeKit. Cambridge, MA
MIT Researchers Make Novel, High Sensitivity Optical Sensors that Swell When Exposed to a Target Gas -- Potential Industrial, Security, Environmental, and Medical Applications WASHINGTON,
Scientists from the Broad Institute and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have conducted a first-of-its-kind study that characterizes the cellular diversity within glioblastoma tumors from patients.
HTTP with Accountability, or HTTPA, would automatically monitor the transmission of private data while also allowing the data owner to examine how it's being used.
New Bitcoin ATM Location; Now 10 Local Merchants in Cambridge/Boston Accepting Bitcoin Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) June 10, 2014 Liberty Teller, the company
In an attempt to understand why ADHD may persist into adulthood, MIT researchers used brain-imaging technology to identify key differences in a specific brain communication network that is active when the brain is awake and not focused on a specific task
PubNub, the only scalable Realtime Network, today announced that Founder and CEO Todd Greene will speak at the upcoming MIT Technology Review Digital Summit taking place June 9-10 in San Francisco
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