The Graph500 test measures "deep analysis" rather than ability to perform basic arithmetic.
Before the birth of Christ the Greeks built a mechanical computer. Now an Apple engineer has made a functional Lego replica.
Cars that drop their users off and park themselves using an iPod touch video feed could come to market in the next decade.
By offering GPUs as part of its cloud-based on-demand computing options, Amazon is venturing into territory formerly occupied by scientific supercomputers.
iRobot's CEO says robots will help the elderly and infirm live independently, for longer.
The "phonekerchief," which blocks cell phone signals, might be the ultimate 21st century Thanksgiving place setting.
With ARmonica, two players bounce virtual balls off musical note bars using Wii remotes.
The Bloom notebook computer is designed to combat rampant e-waste.
Researchers say a vehicle could explore Mars more efficiently by collecting gas from the planet's atmosphere to use as propellant.
You don't have to be rich like Tom Cruise to rock a gestural interface.