No, it wasn’t “touch” that Jobs saw in that first demo
Touch screens had already been around for ages on that day in 2005. He was well aware that if you had just put one on a phone, it wouldn’t have been worthy of the Apple logo
Peter Friedman, 11 years ago 6 min read
Large Hadron Collider on a chip
We’re going beyond innovation here. Instead of the latest technology, we’re getting a tantalising glimpse of things that don’t yet exist, but are making exciting progress in the lab and could ultimately represent enormous advances in almost every field of science and technology if they fulfil their promise
Peter Friedman, 12 years ago 4 min read
Carbon magnets have spintronics potential
Dutch researchers have explained how a form of carbon, acts as a magnet, paving the way for its use in biosensors, smart materials and spintronics.
Francis Pearce, 13 years ago 2 min read
Giant Steps in Nanotech
Want to find out more about nanotech? This video gives a good explanation in a way that’s easy to understand.
Debbie Todd, 13 years ago 1 min read