A German company hopes a synthetic diamond material, engineered at the nanoscale, becomes a shaver's best friend.
Automatically removing people from street-level imagery could help prevent privacy complaints.
Researchers figure out how to hijack sensor communications.
Semiconductor equipment giant Applied Materials is trying to advance high-performance, flexible displays.
New attacks highlight the growing threat to smart phones.
The government can do little to stop digital leaks--but it could do a better job tracking the source.
Replacing metal wiring with fiber optics could change everything from supercomputers to laptops.
Many apps collect and share sensitive data, and the developers may not even realize it.
The technology could open up all kinds of opportunities for attackers, researchers say.
Software that gives users more control of a camera could revolutionize photography.