Nanotube circuits that combine speed and low power might drive flexible displays.
A depth-sensing camera and palm-top projector turn an ordinary work surface into an interactive one.
SleepServer creates a virtual copy of a dozing machine.
Device drivers account for most crashes and even introduce security problems; a new testing tool could provide an early warning.
Intel unveils a circuit that can pump out truly random numbers at high speed.
A new service called Libox aims to make it easier for people to access content, no matter what gadget they're using.
A new display offers color video and a reflective e-reader mode.
Indefatigable, George Heller ’59 survived the Holocaust and forged a career in computer science.