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Material for Android

Material could one day be a great, simpler alternative to Flipboard, but first it has to fix its performance issues.

By Sep. 13, 2013

3.5 stars Editor's rating Sep. 13, 2013

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GM clothes homeless in extra auto material

By donating unused materials, General Motors lends a helping hand to Detroit's most needy.

By Sep. 12, 2012

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Samsung graphene breakthrough set to turn 'wonder material' into wearable tech

Samsung's future-gazing scientists claim to have cooked up a way of developing atom-thin silicon alternative graphene on a commercial scale.

By Apr. 4, 2014

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Prevent unauthorized use of material you share on social networks

Anyone can send unlicensed users a takedown notice, but the only way to collect damages for a violation of your copyright on the images, videos, and other items you post is to register them with your friendly local copyright office.

By Jan. 24, 2014

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Is sapphire Apple's next product material?

A new patent filing indicates that the company is thinking seriously about how sapphire might be used to build consumer electronics.

By Sep. 12, 2013

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Material challenges Flipboard for magazine supremacy (pictures)

Material is here, and like Flipboard it uses social data to predict your news-reading preferences. Here's a closer look.

6 Images By Sep. 13, 2013

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SEC OKs material disclosures on Facebook, Twitter

Following an inquiry, the regulatory commission clears Reed Hastings and Netflix of wrongdoing, and says companies can distribute news on investor-aware accounts.

By Apr. 2, 2013

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Nokia begins work on graphene, world's strongest material

The mobile-phone maker receives a $1.35 billion grant to work on development of the 2D wonder-material that is stronger, lighter, and thinner than anything else on Earth.

By Jan. 31, 2013

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Wonder material graphene taught to act electronically

Rice University researchers develop a technique to modify the surface of graphene, a step toward controlling it like a semiconductor for multi-purpose electronic circuits, optics, and chemical sensors.

By Nov. 30, 2011

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Breakthrough material is barely more than air

An airy, shock-absorbing nickel lattice of extremely low density could improve vehicles, aircraft, and batteries, its creators predict.

By Nov. 18, 2011