A wobbly new molecule called DTA is moving in a straight line toward nanomanufacturing.
Nintendo's Game Boy can be hacked to create synthesizer-like original music.
Gold nanospheres show a path to all-optical computing.
If someone steals your fingerprint, "cancelable biometrics" software from IBM can issue a new one.
A new high-school mathematics might someday model complex adaptive systems.
Electronic "noses" made from printed electronics could detect toxic chemicals inexpensively.
Forget plain old podcasting. Modcasting lets listeners assemble customized podcasts, turning them into armchair producers.
The four-gigabyte Flash storage card in Apple's iPod nano was obsolete before it hit store shelves.
Innovative training software could turn back the clock on aging brains.
Analysts say spyware writers are gaining the upper hand over computer security experts.