Carbon dioxide could make microchips smaller, faster and cleaner to build.
Modern gadgetry looks like something from Star Trek. But it usually works like something from Gilligan's Island.
Look out, PCs. MIT's ubiquitous computing effort is taking technology out of the box.
Plasma displays produce extraordinarily crisp TV images using hundreds of thousands of xenon-filled cells.
The desktop metaphor was a brilliant innovation-30 years ago. Now it's an unmanageable mess, and the search is on for a better way to handle information.
Medical technology may help NASA get under Mars's skin.