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Chinese rover powers up devices in pioneering Moon mission
All systems are go as a Chinese spacecraft and rover power up their observation equipment after making a first-ever landing on the far side of the Moon, the Chinese National Space Administration said.
Explosive devices sent to Obama, Clinton: US Secret Service
The US Secret Service has intercepted "potential explosive devices" that were sent to former US President Barack Obama and former presidential candidate and first lady Hillary Clinton.
How to integrate electronic devices in the university
Researchers from the University of Seville have published the study "To take or not to take the laptop or tablet to classes, that is the question", which has been selected for publication by the internationally recognized review Computers in Human Behavior, which deals with the social implications of new technology.
New ingestible devices powered by stomach acid
Scientists have developed a new class of ingestible devices that derive power from stomach acid. The devices can operate for up to a week inside the digestive system.
Bugging devices found at Iran nuclear talks hotel in Geneva
A number of computers at a five-star Geneva hotel that has hosted sensitive talks, including Iranian nuclear negotiations, were found to be infected with malware used for espionage, Swiss prosecutors have revealed.
'Smart' home devices used as weapons in website attack
Hackers used Internet-connected home devices, such as CCTV cameras and printers, to attack popular websites on Friday, security analysts said.
New fabric uses Sun and wind to power devices
Harvesting energy from sunlight, motion in fabrics
Graphene proves a perfect fit for wearable devices
Cheap, flexible, wireless graphene communication devices such as mobile phones and healthcare monitors can be directly printed into clothing and even skin, University of Manchester academics have demonstrated.
Improving literacy via mobile devices
Mobile technology will be used to improve the literacy rate in Iran, said the head of Iran Literacy Movement Organization, Ali Baqerzadeh.
Noninvasive devices can provide migraine relief
Two new prescription devices approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) may provide some relief for people with migraine headaches who don't tolerate migraine medications well, according to a new study.

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