Scientists have created what they claim is the world’s smallest transistor, using a single phosphorus atom. An international team at the University of New South Wales, Purdue University and the University of Melbourne, has described the smallest transistor ever built in the Nature Nanotechnology journal.
Michelle Simmons, who led the team, says the development is less about improving current technology than building future technology.
“This is a beautiful demonstration of controlling matter at the atomic scale to make a real device. Fifty years ago when the first transistor…
It was all for a scene in the film in which Julianne Hough gets up-close-and-personal with Cruise’s character Stacee Jaxx.
“It was definitely a musical version of a lap dance so nobody has to get their knickers in a twist,”
“That was my first scene of the movie with him,” the former DWTSer laughed. “There wasn’t a lot of acting going on. I was definitely like,…
Can you wrap your head around that headline? The world’s richest woman, Australian Gina Rinehart reportedly earns $2 million every hour. Mind-boggling, isn’t it but for the 58-year-old mining tycoon, staggering amounts of money has always been a part of her life.
The heiress who inherited some of her wealth from her father Lang Hancock, now sits atop his company that she has expanded into a multi-billion dollar mining corporation, which churns out minerals like iron and ore.
According to Sky News, Rinehart could have become…
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Jenna Jameson, renowned American entrepreneur and former pornographic actress who has been called the world’s most famous adult-entertainment performer, is in the headlines for her devious behavior.
According to TMZ, the former porn star was arrested in Orange County this Friday morning. She had apparently hit a light pole with her vehicle and unfortunately suffered a minor injury. Her accident resulted in an investigation by the police, as they suspected substance abuse. The police insisted her to get first aid and treatment for her injury, but she refused to…
Oracle filed a lawsuit against Google, saying that the search giant had violated their patent rights in the development of Android mobile operating system. The complaint has now been rejected by a federal jury, which examined the case.
Google’s management is satisfied with the decision. “Today’s jury verdict that Android does not infringe Oracle’s patents was a victory not just for Google but the entire Android ecosystem,” a statement from Google says, as reported on wired.com.
Oracle, on the other hand, is still claiming…
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