The latest product from Redmond: a Windows program for creating robot software.
New chips use chaos to produce potentially faster, more robust computing.
Startup Baynote is automating tagging and other Web-based tools to make searching company websites more efficient.
An MIT startup is hoping to make titanium much more affordable. The benefit: lighter, more fuel-efficient planes.
A top executive at Microsoft Research’s newest lab, in Bangalore, India, outlines its evolving R&D strategy.
Spurred by competitor AMD's rapid success, Intel is shifting its strategy toward more power-efficient microprocessors.
Circuits that integrate electronic and optical components might help spread the fiber revolution.
How "net neutrality" might change if phone and cable companies are allowed to create "fast lanes" for big customers.
Computer security guru Bruce Schneier says media companies won't ease up on invasive technology until consumers balk.
Inventors are tackling problems in energy, medicine, and construction – and fueling interest in science and engineering.