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Any Computer Can Now Have Infinite Memory Storage
15 september 2011
Your hard drive could now instantly have limitless storage capacity with cloud service like Bitcasa.
Nano-Structured Glass Chips Are The Latest Form Of Computer Memory [Headlines]
18 august 2011
They look like whirlpools of light trapped in a piece of round glass, but these nano-structures may be the next type of computer memory.
Is The Internet Making You Forget?
18 july 2011
Our increasing reliance on the Internet to answer virtually any question has handicapped our ability to remember the simplest of facts.
Making Ourselves Smarter With Mental Exercise
13 june 2011
University of Michigan researchers develop intelligence boosting tests which question intelligence as inherited vs. trainable.
Remixing Social Memory With The Internet Of Things
6 may 2011
Memories become metadata at Manchester's FutureEverything Festival.
Apple’s New MacBook Pro Is Now Twice As Fast
24 february 2011
Apple's update features faster processing speed, new graphics technology and an HD FaceTime camera.
The Trick To A Great Memory? It’s All About Creativity
23 february 2011
A keenly creative visual and spatial imagination can help you commit more to memory.
Exploring Memory And Perception Through Flickr
16 february 2011
German artist Matthias Dörfelt uses openFrameworks and images from the photo sharing service to create a remarkable installation.
The Images We Carry: Why The Brain Prefers Certain Visual Data
11 february 2011
Our intuitive process of storing mental images resides outside our control, and perhaps with good reason.
Friends With Cognitive Benefits: Social Interaction Helps Problem Solving
14 december 2010
Speaking with others in a friendly, rather than competitive tone boosts the part of the brain that helps us solve everyday problems.
A 100 Year Diary
4 october 2010
"My Life Story" is an interesting concept that's designed to let you document your life from birth to death.
A Portal to the Mind: How Gestures Relate To Learning And Memory
23 september 2010
Scientific American explores how our gestures can have a profound influence on how we take in new information, and explains why they can also offer clues to how we think.
Why Heritage Companies Are Looking To New Mediums To Tell Brand Stories
Building Advertising’s New Layers Of Digital Engagement
How Chatbots Can Personalize A Brand's Customer Experience
Small Leather Pouch Supports Any Travelers' Need For Wi-Fi
How Good Design Can Make You Eat Better
Send Holographic Messages To Your Friends And Family
Hotel Brings Local Foods Directly To Your Room
Platform Helps All Restaurants Source Better Local Food
Bus Turned Food Market Feeds Residents In Toronto Food Deserts
How Wearable Tech Can Be Used for Social Good
Shell's Concept City Car Gets 107 MPG And Fits In Tight Spots