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This month, e-paper display maker Pervasive Displays is giving readers of EE Times Europe the chance to win one of five e-paper display (EPD) starter kits worth 250 Euros each. EPD technology mimics the appearance of ink on paper and holds text and images indefinitely, even without electricity.

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Get an early glimpse of the hottest new models before they’re released to the public. Our team of spy photographers is constantly on the lookout for interesting automotive prototypes testing out in the real world. Whether the car is under heavy camouflage or completely undisguised, these spy photos help us find out all sorts of information about upcoming new cars long before they appear at auto shows.

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Our best look yet at Toyota ’s next generation Supra has arrived by way of fresh spy shots of the car wearing plenty of production bodywork.

The new flagship Toyota sports car is expected to arrive in 2018 and is being developed in conjunction with BMW – it’ll share its platform with the German marque’s upcoming Z4 replacement.

Our latest pictures are the most revealing spy shots of the new Supra, and reveal that it’ll take on toned down design traits compared to the FT-1 – Toyota’s 2014 concept.

Most security news is about insecurity, hacking and cyber threats, bordering on scary. But when security is done right, it's a beautiful thing...sexy even. Security IS sexy.

Some people will go to great lengths to get into medical school as was recently proven when students were caught using a seriously high-tech method to cheat.

Arthit Ourairat, dean and president of Rangsit University in Thailand, posted pictures on Facebook of “smart” glasses and smartwatches used to cheat on admissions tests, held May 7 and 8, for its College of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry and Faculty of Pharmacy. “This was the most high-tech exam cheating system I’ve ever seen,” Ourairat told the Manager.