The second part of our interview with Bjarne Stroustrup, the inventor of C++.
Prominent physicist Freeman Dyson recalls the time he spent developing analytical methods to help the British Royal Air Force bomb German targets during World War II.
A collection of online editing applications lets people do more than just watch and share video.
The same technology used in TNT detectors in Iraq is being adapted for airport security to sniff out liquid-bomb-making materials.
Researchers are developing new ways to determine if someone has tampered with video.
Bjarne Stroustrup, the inventor of the C++ programming language, defends his legacy and examines what's wrong with most software code.
Motorola's new nanotube display technology is almost ready for prime time.
A device that controls the direction of heat flow could one day have valuable uses in microelectronics and energy-efficient buildings.
Researchers have built a self-aware robot that can spot damage and make allowances.
Stanford researchers' new etching method shows promise for bulk manufacturing of nanotube-electronics.