With 45 million transistors and energy-saving features, the Atom processor could usher in a whole new era of mobile computing.
Typewriters may be meeting their end, but I predict that society will once again yearn for their imperfect and unique imprint.
Researchers have made sheets of high-performance silicon circuits that can bend, fold, and even stretch around complex shapes.
IBM research could bring the speed of fiber-optic networks to the chips inside personal computers.
NASA has quantified the amount of pollution that moves from East Asia to North America.
How the Chinese plan to modify the weather in Beijing during the Olympics, using supercomputers and artillery.
The 4.5-gigahertz resonator could lead to smaller electronics.
Georgia Tech's prototype robot responds to instructions given with an ordinary laser pointer.
Intel is developing more-accurate ways to tell when a machine has been infected.
Anti-money-laundering software scrutinizes bank customers' every move, no matter how small.