Open programs to third-party developers, say two tech-savvy physicians.
A new pressure-sensitive pad could improve large and small touch screens.
In this video, the researchers demonstrate a few applications that could be incorporated with their pressure-sensitive touch pad, dubbed the UnMousePad. The researchers connect the pad to a computer and display to create a map of the intensity and location of pressure points. The pad can also be used to draw with fingers, write with a stylus, sculpt virtual globes, and control electronic musical equipment.
By calibrating the telescope's camera and spectrometer from the ground, scientists have advanced its science capabilities.
A chip developed by European scientists simulates the learning capabilities of the human brain.
A startup wants to do away with consoles, games resellers, and expensive graphics chips.
The new Fujitsu color e-reader uses LCD technology but has some of the advantages of e-paper.
Seagate demonstrates a way to extend magnetic storage.
The ISS is unfurling its last pair of solar wings today to complete its power grid.
New nanotube sheets combine unique properties.