A new type of memory using nanowires could be simpler, cheaper, denser, faster, and more reliable.
A sensor worn behind the ear could monitor a person's movements.
MIT’s robotic car is headed to California to compete in DARPA’s upcoming Urban Challenge.
A new line features advanced electronics that automatically tune the instrument.
Tiny phase-change wires could serve as a key element in next-generation memory.
As medical devices become more sophisticated, they may turn into a security risk to watch.
The future of computer security may look like a human immune system.
Researchers have developed a motorless exoskeleton that can carry 80 pounds.
An Apple power brick is edited by its owner in DIY fashion to correct its inherent design flaw.
Rocket scientist Franklin Chang Diaz talks about finding the power and propulsion required to colonize space.