Software recognizes and interpret shapes sketched on a tablet computer, enabling designers to bypass paper.
Software that adds a layer of secret data provides a more versatile digital watermark to authenticate electronically transmitted images.
Neutron-based device could foil terrorists by sensing explosives in baggage.
New software simulates the complex physics of combustion to produce convincing animations of flame and smoke.
Grid computing isn't just for scientists and engineers anymore: IBM has harnessed the grid to online game play.
Identity theft is common-but keeping a watchful eye on your credit card accounts is now easy.
Can a thermodynamic engineer convince people to drink purified sewage?
Packed with environmental sensors, an Internet-linked robot patrols the forest canopy.
The Associated Press reports that Microsoft's Windows source code is now making the rounds in the hacker underground, or something to that effect. People are concerned about the potential security implications, of course.But the article doesn't make a lot of...
It would have been difficult to find two people with more polarized views on Mars exploration than Robert Park and Robert Zubrin. Zubrin is founder of the Mars Society and a staunch advocate of human exploration of Mars, while Park,...