Most "synthesized" speech is actually a computationally-intensive playback that can't transcend a monotone.
When it comes to copying the real behaviour of synapses, two memristors are better than one, according to a new circuit design.
When Sangjin Han interned at Sony, he had no idea what he was learning would translate to the arcane world of routers.
Physicists realized it's not the algorithm or the hardware, but the reference frame that needed an update.
Exploiting one of the quantum world's strangest effects should lead to a new generation of switches that can handle quantum information.
The University of Florida is teaching real world skills using the strategy game.
One futurist's vision of the coming interface singularity contrasts with the reality of today's prototypes.
New voice recognition features for everything from text messaging to music
Somewhere in a dark room in Germany, artificial "ants" demonstrate emergence by tracing one another's phosphorescent trails.
We need the "screen territory" available in a textbook, magazine, or A4 sheet of paper.