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Nanostructured electrodes and active materials could shrink batteries for portable electronics and electric vehicles.
The latest product from Redmond: a Windows program for creating robot software.
A prototype device seeks out cameras and blocks them from taking pictures and video.
Technologies for regenerating damaged cells could one day help aging iPod addicts -- who are at higher risk of hearing loss.
Wetpaint and other wiki startups are offering free and easy-to-use tools. But will most consumers really care?
Advances in nanowires show they can be fast enough to use as ultrasmall transistors in cheap, high-performance electronics.
At RoboCup 2006, Ami and Sango, a pair of biped robots specially programmed, call the game.
Scientists have engineered tissue from muscle cells that can transmit electrical signals through the heart.
Japan's NTT DoCoMo is testing a network that could send DVDs to handheld devices in about 10 seconds. Here's how they do it.