Researchers at Carnegie Mellon discuss a touch screen that also has morphing buttons.
Pixels containing ink reservoirs could lead to bright e-readers that look more like printed paper.
IBM sees the game show as the next big test for artificial intelligence.
Tiny reservoirs containing ink sit inside each polymer pixel in a new type of electronic-paper display developed at the University of Cincinnati. A voltage applied across the material quickly draws the ink out and spreads it over the entire pixel area.
Keeping tabs on your vitals with Microsoft HealthVault.
With a new probe, smart phones can be used to capture and send ultrasound images.
Specially timed magnetic pulses could pave the way for large-scale quantum computing.
Amid a growing emphasis on electronic health records, one patient tests online health services.
The director of the new Massachusetts-based Microsoft Research lab wants to use mathematics to design better search engines, recommendation systems, and online auctions.
The biggest physics experiment ever, CERN's new particle accelerator, goes live this summer.