New inks and tools allow 3-D printing of lithium-ion technology.By making the basic building blocks of batteries out of ink, Harvard materials scientist Jennifer Lewis is laying the groundwork for lithium-ion batteries and other high-performing electronics that can be produced with 3-D printers.
Kateeva says its new manufacturing equipment can produce affordable displays based on organic light-emitting diodes.Color-rich, energy-efficient, and flexible displays based on organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) could soon be churned out more economically on giant ink-jet printers.
The appearance of indium gallium zinc oxide transistors in iPads shows that the display industry is poised to begin churning out a new breed of high-performance screens.One of the most important innovations in Apple’s latest iPads lies behind the screen. In many of the tablets, the pixels in t
Search Market Share Frozen, Overall Query Volume Down
It’s very cold in many parts of the US right now. And just like much of the country, the relative market share positions of the major search engines are essentially frozen. November search market share data from comScore reflects virtually no change from last month. Google lost a fraction of..
Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Google’s Christmas & Kwanzaa Decorations Are Live For 2013 A few weeks ago, Google added their hanukkah decorations but now that Christmas and Kwanzaa...
A few weeks ago, Google added their hanukkah decorations but now that Christmas and Kwanzaa are just around the corner, Google has now outfitted their top bar for the special holidays. The Christmas theme can be seen on Google by searching [christmas] and the Kwanzaa theme can be seen on Google by..
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FCC Moves One Step Closer to Lifting Ban on In-Flight Phone Calls
The FCC did not vote to end the ban on in-flight calls, but to continue the conversation and start the public comment process -- an important distinction that was muddled by some in the moment.
JetBlue doesn't want to be JCPenney. The airline certainly wants to attract more business travelers, but it adamantly seeks to ensure that changes don't come at the expense of its leisure traveler customer base. The balancing act will gradually become more of a challenge as Mint service expands, but
If the FCC approves in-flight phone calls, then at least U.S. airlines will be able to determine for themselves what the policy should be.
No, Gmail’s tweak won’t stop e-mail marketers from knowing if you open their e-mail
Google announced a change to the way that Gmail handles images Thursday. Traditionally, when an e-mail contains an image, e-mail software would fetch the image from a server operated by the mail sender. Now, instead, images will be served by "Google’s own secure proxy servers." At Ars Technica
Say you're fed up with your current wireless carrier, and you want to switch. What's more, you'd like to take your mobile device with you. Thanks to a weird wrinkle in copyright law, if your phone was purchased after Jan. 26, 2013, you can't — it's against the law. This new rule against cellph
In 2004, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was a major hit. It sold millions of copies and was Metacritic's "Game of the Year," where it still has a 95 reviewer rating. Now, for $6.99, you can play it on iOS devices, with Android and Windows Phone versions expected shortly. San Andreas isn't the first G
Facebook showed off new features for Instragram Thursday, revealing private sharing features and "the extent of its Snapchat envy," as Scott Marlin and USA Today put it. Instagram Direct is widely perceived as a response to Snapchat, which allows users to send their friends photos that disappear aft