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Francis Csedrik remembers details of being bonked hard on the head when he was 4, and having to go to the emergency room.
April 8, 2014 Childhood amnesia descends gradually — and later than you might think, researchers say. Many 7-year-olds have robust memories of experiences from when they were 3 or even younger.
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The National Security Agency says its massive new data center near Salt Lake City will enhance the agency's ability to analyze the email, text message, cellphone and landline metadata it collects.
September 23, 2013 Even as it continues to grapple with concerns about its data-gathering operations, the National Security Agency is poised to open a massive facility where cellphone, text message, email and landline data can be stored and analyzed.
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Researchers are using MRI scans to learn more about the brains of people with extraordinary memory.
August 20, 2012 People with extraordinary autobiographical memories also tend to have obsessive tendencies, researchers are learning. Brain scans reveal structural differences in the brains of these people, including a larger-than-normal caudate, a brain area linked to OCD.
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Twelve atoms can hold one bit, IBM says.
IBM Research Almaden
January 13, 2012 It's the world's smallest magnetic storage device, and one day could lead to huge increases in how much information can be put into things we use.
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