Dryad's new user interface aims to make it easier for novices to create realistic objects for virtual worlds.
A Silicon Valley startup bypasses Windows to start computers faster, getting people online in seconds.
A new fabrication technique brings us closer to optical chips.
Polaroid and Zink Imaging announce a miniature photo printer for cell phones and cameras.
Better batteries and super-sticky glues are becoming possible because of nanomaterials.
In 2007, life online continued to meld with life offline.
The past 12 months have featured touch screens, context-aware gadgets, autonomous vehicles, and brain-computer interfaces.
Giving each member of a digital crowd its own personality could make animated mob scenes more realistic.
The chip maker has announced a drive that could bring the power of desktop computers to handheld devices.
A device from Argonne National Lab takes a fresh approach to generating t-rays.