The company is exploring nanomaterials for making ultracapacitors.
What could that mean for attempts to grow solar manufacturing in the United States?
How will an Android device fare head-to-head with Apple's iPhone?
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
Distinguishing quantum behavior from its classical counterpart is harder than it sounds. Now a group of theorists have worked out how a few simple measurements can do the trick.
The genome sequences of Desmond Tutu and a Kalahari bushman have now been published.
Google's PageRank algorithm was developed in 1998. But a project to trace the history of such algorithms reveals an example from the 1940s.
It promises to back loans for the first new nuclear reactors in decades.
Small spinning asteroids are piles of rubble and dust that ought to fly apart but don't. Now astronomers have worked out why not.
Microsoft drinks the "integration" Kool-Aid with its new smart-phone OS