By fine-tuning its software and hardware, IBM has boosted the speed of a supercomputer by nearly 600 percent.
Tiny robots can operate on single cells and assemble microelectronics -- and could lead to cheap nanoscale manufacturing.
A new method of patterning nanotubes could lead to flexible, flat-screen displays with many of the advantages of bulky CRTs.
This new technique dupes eavesdroppers.
Microsoft’s new Xbox changes the state of play.
Only one of three recent concerns about the security of Apple's operating system is worth worrying about.
Its new desktop search application would make your personal files available for government searches without your knowledge.
With hardware, software, and networks constantly under attack, security experts says they're ready to fight back.
The software behemoth plans to sell computer security software. Is this a good thing?
"Superclusters" of supercomputers are getting too hot. SGI's Eng Lim Goh wants to solve that problem.