A new method produces dense arrays of carbon nanotubes for digital logic.
The social network breaks an unwritten rule by giving away plans to its new data center—an action it hopes will make the Web more efficient.
A new website offers another take on moving personal computing online.
Google's new +1 button lets friends tune each other's search results, but so far the company has few connections to draw on.
One proximity-based app has nailed the triangulation problem.
The Open Network Foundation wants to let programmers take control of computer networks.
The company's free video format is set to be baked into phones and other gadgets.
They may help efforts to bring the Fukushima plant under control, but are generally expensive and problematic.
Two recent developments—a plastic processor and printed memory—show that computing doesn't have to rely on inflexible silicon.
With a few snapshots, you can build a detailed virtual replica.