It's the thought that counts.
A stochastic computer, designed to help an autonomous vehicle navigate, outperforms a conventional computer by three orders of magnitude, say computer scientists
B&N refreshes its barely-months-old tablet.
It may or may not exist. But it'd be big.
If crystals exist in spatial dimensions, then they ought to exist in the dimension of time too, says Nobel prize-winning physicist
While BlackBerry gets the boot.
Mark your calendars for March 7. Probably.
The search and ad giant is building new labs and its own corporate theme park.
Some snow flakes shapes are so complex that no computer model has ever been able to generate them. Until now.