10 billion bits of data per second →
smarterplanet: Developed by Jelena Vuckovic, associate professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University, and Gary Shambat, a doctoral candidate in electrical engineering, the nanoscale light-emitting diode (LED) can send data at 10 billion bits per second. Vuckovic had earlier this year produced a nanoscale laser that was similarly efficient and fast, but that device operated only at...
Neutrino experiment repeat at Cern finds same... →
infoneer-pulse: The team behind the finding in September that neutrinos may travel faster than light has carried out an improved version of their experiment - and found the same result. If confirmed by other experiments, the find could undermine one of the basic principles of modern physics. » via BBC
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Welcome to the NYC Open Data TumblrAs part of... →
smarterplanet: Welcome to the NYC Open Data Tumblr As part of Mayor Bloomberg’s commitment to transparency and innovation, over 800 (and counting!) City datasets are now online for anyone in New York or around the world to explore and access via an API, for deeper, real-time integration into apps and websites. NYC Open Data brings you: · City datasets about everything from school test scores...
To me, claiming that Pictures Under Glass is the future of interaction is like...– Bret Victor, A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design (via stoweboyd)
We will continue to leverage our experience with Flash to accelerate our work...– Adobe (via webkitbits)