Adding A Funny Form Of Carbon To Silly Putty Creates A Heart Monitor

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Tesla and Panasonic team up on solar-panel cells

Tesla Motors Inc. and Panasonic Corp. said Tuesday that they would begin producing cells for solar panels next summer at a sprawling factory opening in Buffalo, N.Y., expanding a relationship between the two technology firms. This article originally appeared at:

For Fact-Checking Website Snopes, a Bigger Role Brings More Attacks

SAN DIEGO — The last line of defense against the torrent of half-truths, untruths and outright fakery that make up so much of the modern internet is in a downscale strip mall near the beach. Snopes, the fact-checking website, does not have an office designed to impress, or even be noticed. A big sign outside […]

Uru finds the best places to introduce ads in online videos

New York City-based startup Uru is working on a new way for video publishers to make money. Imagine watching a normal-looking online video — except that on some of the surfaces (say, on the cabinet behind the stars of a cooking video), you’ll see logos or other art promoting a sponsor. Okay, that might actually […]

Crayola Gets Edgy With Art

Crayola’s “Art With Edge” social campaign helped the creative brand experience some of its largest growth online during the three-week initiative. Developed with Red Interactive Agency, the concept was designed to relieve stress for college students during finals and mid-terms by creating “surprise and delight moments.” After students expressed their feelings across social media, Crayola […]

Breaking the Black Box: What Facebook Knows About You

We live in an era of increasing automation. Machines help us not only with manual labor but also with intellectual tasks, such as curating the news we read and calculating the best driving directions. But as machines make more decisions for us, it is increasingly important to understand the algorithms that produce their judgments. We’ve […]

The Robotic Grocery Store of the Future Is Here

We think we’re at the forefront of how people will buy groceries going forward Robotic Grocery Shopping When a customer orders groceries via Ocado’s website, large plastic crates are swiftly filled. The containers are packed by hand, but little legwork is required: 30 kilometers of conveyor belts at the Dorden warehouse carry empty boxes straight […]