A new tool promises to detect illegal files without slowing network traffic.
Cisco's Padmasree Warrior tells us what role a U.S CTO should play.
The device betrays a plan to dominate the transition from printed books to electronic ones.
Using a simple design, Axel can climb over steep and rocky terrain, even when upside down.
NASA's newest exploration rover, dubbed Axel for its design, can climb steep and rocky terrain and explore deep craters on planets like Mars. It uses only three actuators to operate upside down, right side up, turn in place, and follow illogical paths. Axel can maneuver autonomously using cameras, sensors, and wireless communication, or be tethered to a larger spacecraft.
The chip maker tries to diversify with system-on-chip designs.
The super-cheap laptop project meets with widespread skepticism.
India's gadget looks more like a modem.
A snakelike robotic arm may one day medically attend to soldiers as they are carried off the battlefield.
The software now lets users dive miles beneath the ocean waves.