Who needs spiders? An arachnoid-mimicking device turns out strong, light, flexible fibers.
...and other key developments in the technology and business of the ultra-tiny.
Japanese mobile-phone giant NTT DoCoMo is replacing house keys, credit cards, and train passes with a phone that does it all.
Determina's software provides maintenance-free protection against computer worms.
Gadgets that let you control computers with a wave or a nod could offer an escape from keyboards and mice.
A new generation of micromachines could transform everything from eye surgery to cell-phone reception.
Researchers in Sweden have smashed through previous Internet speed records, sending 840 gigabytes (the equivalent of about 200 DVD movies) in less than 30 minutes.
Procter and Gamble's Sandra R. Hughes on whether radio identification tags are a threat to privacy.
A look at some of the building technologies that are enabling new skyscrapers to shatter height records.
Tablet PCs are convenient and cleverly designed, but there's no need to trash your old laptop just yet.