Electronics

eForge 3D printer is capable of printing fully-functional electronics

eForge is capable of printing both electronic and mechanical materials. The results open up an entirely new world of possibilities.

Tiny explosions in an EV could save lives in a crash

Bosch devices prevent electric shock when electric vehicles are involved in accidents.

Cerebras unveils ‘World’s largest’ ever chip for training AI software

For many years, chip companies have tried to make computer brains (the processor) as small as possible. As a result, many computer chips, we...

Tokyo revealed designs of its recycled e-waste 2020 Olympic medals

On Wednesday, the Organising Committee of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo unveiled the designs for 2020 Olympic medals (also revealed medal...

A tiny radar device may help visually impaired people to detect an object in real time

Undoubtedly, tiny and lighter electronics are very useful, and they can be used in more ways. A team of researchers at KAUST has come up...

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