With a new probe, smart phones can be used to capture and send ultrasound images.
Specially timed magnetic pulses could pave the way for large-scale quantum computing.
Amid a growing emphasis on electronic health records, one patient tests online health services.
Nanowire arrays could be used for future medical implants.
Intel's Ct software will make ordinary code work on forthcoming many-core processors.
Researchers claim to be able to hijack cell-phone data connections.
A "fast array of wimpy nodes" could replace behemoth server infrastructure.
Slicing open carbon nanotubes could lead to much faster electronic components.
IBM's combination of hardware and software crunches financial data at an unprecedented rate.