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.
Some of the odder inventions demoed at the Computer-Human Interaction Conference.
Constant logging could help spot problems in kids.
The chip maker is pushing its products into smart phones.
A new tool aims to make a Web browser's history more useful.
A Microsoft project lets a touch screen control other hardware.
This video demonstrates people using a combination of multitouch surface controls and physical controls to edit audio tracks.
Data-mining techniques could make it easier to locate expertise.
Robots capable of making simple scientific discoveries could transform drug testing.