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  • Surface waves can help nanostructured devices keep their cool — ScienceDaily

Surface waves can help nanostructured devices keep their cool — ScienceDaily

The continuing progress in miniaturization of silicon microelectronic and photonic devices is causing cooling of the device structures to become increasingly challenging. Conventional heat transport in bulk materials is dominated…

PlayStation 5 uses liquid metal — here’s why that’s cool

PlayStation 5 is going to ship to consumers with liquid metal between its AMD system-on-a-chip and its heatsink. This is something that was unthinkable in previous consoles for a number…

Coolpad introduces ultra-affordable Cool 12A smartphone

Just when you think the entry-level smartphone market can’t get any more saturated, another company comes in and introduces a new device that will fight for its spot under the…

PM Update: Breezes wane into a cool overnight, and clouds increase Thursday

Through tonight: Breezy conditions will persist through sunset, but winds are slowly diminishing. They will calm more substantially later on. The cool and clear conditions of this evening will stick…

Robert Gore, Who Kept Us Dry and Cool in the Rain with His Gore-Tex Invention, Has Died

His full name isn’t as well known as Thomas Edison or Alexander Graham Bell’s, but if you spend any amount of time outdoors, there’s a good chance you’ll find at…

Sony Xperia 5 II has a really fast camera, cool gaming features

As announced last week, Sony’s new flagship smartphone, the Xperia 5 II, is now officially out.  As is typical of Sony’s smartphones, the Xperia 5 II has a strong photography…