E Ink is making color and video versions of its e-paper, but commercial products are a few years off.
Software that finds and fixes hardware bugs could get chips to market faster and make them more secure.
A new process could make nanotube fibers that are strong enough to stop bullets.
A beam of microwave energy could stop vehicles in their tracks.
Cleverset's approach to e-commerce exposes consumers to the long tail.
A tiny radio made out of a single nanotube could find use in biological and environmental sensors.
To the casual observer, it may have appeared that MIT's robot struggled. Team lead John Leonard explains.
Carnegie Mellon’s computer-laden Chevy Tahoe wins the Urban Challenge and takes home the $2 million prize.
On Saturday, 11 autonomous vehicles designed by the best roboticists in the world will compete for a $2 million prize in the Urban Challenge.
An MIT group hopes that its foldable electric vehicles will cut pollution, and ease congestion.