A new transistor design aims to smash speed records.
With new technology called near-field communications, you could use a cell phone to make purchases, or even download a movie trailer from a poster.
Prototype software from Google Research could listen to your TV and send back useful information -- and ads of course.
Unsolicited e-mail that touts penny stocks is on the rise and getting results.
A new wearable computer can transform cities and buildings into soundscapes, researchers say, helping visually impaired people get around more easily.
HP researchers have developed a cheap way to make nanoparticle arrays that could lead to precise chemical sensors.
New technology for mobile devices is being designed to cut through traffic-jamming interference to improve downloads.
Modeling software could lead to more efficient design of nanoparticles.
Operating transistors at half steam could help squeeze more out of batteries.
A new lottery-style scratch card has been developed that might make elections less susceptible to rigging.