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10 Things In Technology News Today

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1. A new type of transistor that mimics human intelligence and can process complex data faster than conventional silicon-based devices has been developed by researchers at the University of Exeter. The device, called a memristor, can learn from its previous states and adjust its resistance accordingly, enabling it to perform tasks such as image recognition and natural language processing.

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2. A team of scientists from the University of California, Berkeley, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has developed a new method for creating organic semiconductors that are more sustainable and cheaper than traditional ones. The method uses a chemical reaction called cross-coupling to link carbon-based molecules together, forming thin films that can be used for solar cells, LEDs, and other applications.

3. Researchers from the Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology and the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology have set new efficiency records for perovskite solar cells, a promising alternative to silicon-based ones. The researchers achieved a power conversion efficiency of 25.6% for a single-junction cell and 28.3% for a tandem cell, surpassing the previous records of 25.2% and 26%, respectively.

4. The World Economic Forum has released its annual list of the top 10 emerging technologies that are expected to shape the world in the future. The list includes quantum computing, bioprinting, digital twins, green hydrogen, neuromorphic computing, metaverse, synthetic biology, brain-computer interfaces, nanosatellites, and 6G.

5. Schools across the US are using surveillance technology to catch students vaping, snaring some with harsh punishments. The technology, which includes sensors, cameras, and software, can detect vaping devices and alert school officials, who can then search students’ belongings, issue suspensions, or refer them to law enforcement.

6. The Federal Trade Commission has opened an inquiry into Big Tech’s partnerships with leading AI startups, seeking to understand how the deals affect competition and innovation in the sector. The FTC has issued orders to Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Nvidia, asking them to provide information on their acquisitions, investments, and collaborations with AI firms since 2010.

7. Apple has agreed to open its iPhone to alternative app stores and lower its fees for developers in Europe, following a settlement with the European Commission. The settlement, which is subject to approval by the EU’s antitrust regulators, will allow developers to inform users of other payment options outside of Apple’s in-app purchase system, which charges a 30% commission. Apple will also reduce its fee to 15% for developers who earn less than $1 million per year.

8. Spotify has launched a new feature that allows users to blend their music tastes with their friends. The feature, called Blend, creates a personalized playlist based on the listening preferences of two users, and updates it daily with new tracks. Users can also see how compatible their music tastes are with their friends, and share their blends on social media.

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9. Skype has introduced a new option that lets users join video calls without signing up or downloading the app. The option, called Meet Now, generates a unique link that can be shared with anyone, and allows them to join the call through a web browser. The feature is similar to Zoom’s, which has gained popularity during the pandemic.

10. Google has announced that it will shut down its cloud-based game streaming service, Stadia, by the end of 2024. The company said that it will focus on providing its cloud technology to other game developers and publishers, rather than creating its own games. Users who have purchased games on Stadia will still be able to play them until the service is discontinued.
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