Ironic that the digital keyboard is so cumbersome to the digits, no? IBM has an idea to fix that—and it involves "anatomical profiling."
British researchers are using a million ARM processing cores to simulate the human brain—or 1 percent of it, at least.
How eyeglasses equipped with cameras, LED lights, and a smart-phone-sized processor could help the blind to see.
Tired of waiting in traffic? The EU thinks the solution might be "personal aerial vehicles."
Publishing information in the new CDF format allows readers to interact with your data.
A startup with plans to mine the Moon for platinum fluffs its first public flight.
Whether or not NoteSlate ever produces a real product, no barriers remain to a competitor building a tablet purpose-built for sketching and note-taking.
A new class of historian races against time to preserve our understanding of the inner workings of obsolete technologies.
And now, with a device powered only by forward osmosis, it's eco-friendly, too. The device is being tested aboard the last NASA shuttle mission.
A new project aims to create far smarter voice recognition software.