This month’s selection of interesting reads includes pollutants becoming fuel; the world’s smallest transistor — sort of; Lenovo’s Phab2 Pro that offers the first implementation of Google’s Tango platform; problems using third-party vendor’s ink in your HP OfficeJet; a crazy thumbdrive from Hong Kong that can “kill” your computer through the USB port; a new automotive lighting system; a lithium-ion electro-chemical system that is basically a modified phone battery; building your own Tesla coil; and the passing of MIT Professor Emeritus, Ali Javan.
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