Researchers may have detected signals from the universe’s first stars
Evidence suggests they began to form 180 million years after the Big Bang.
Astronomers just measured a whole lot more than gravitational waves
Researchers around the world are collecting troves of new data from this latest event.
Your future devices might not need wireless radios
Gadgets may use ambient radio waves to talk to each other.
Wireless charging tech harvests your phone's wasted radio waves
Radient Micro-Tech clams it can improve your battery life by 30 percent.
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University of Washington harnesses RF and TV waves for battery-free wireless devices (video)
The problem with power is that, eventually, it runs out. To help cope with this inevitability, sci...
Stanford researchers make heart implant powered by radio waves, put batteries out of a job
Batteries used to be the only way to power implantable gadgets, but additional surgeries are neede...
Researchers use ambient WiFi radio waves to see through walls
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Battery-less transmitters pave the way for wireless baby sensors
The radio waves that saturate the air around us may, or may not, give us headaches and cancer, but w...