IBM materials advance shows another promising path to replace the foundation of today’s computing technologies.
An integrated circuit that adjusts to damage shows a way to make ordinary chips more efficient and reliable.
Optical trickery lets a modified LCD produce hologram-like still images and videos.
Manufactured sapphire is incredibly strong and scratch resistant. Now falling costs and technology improvements could make it competitive with glass.
A program called Scribe harnesses humans on the Internet to generate speech captions in under five seconds.
A viral phone game in Pakistan trains people to use their keypad—and gives them the skills they need to hunt for a job.
To help recruiters, a startup called Gild has created a database of four million software developers and rated their work. Could other fields be next?
Researchers calculate the potential of using graphene for ultrafast wireless communications.
A new feature in Qualcomm’s chips will let you wake your phone with a voice command so it can do your bidding. Now it just needs to learn to cook.
The TV industry must adapt because viewers now see television as just one screen among many, says Jim Barton.