Faster plastic-based semiconductors and a step toward lighter, nonsteel auto engines
Cooling data centers, speeding up secure data transmissions, making Internet phone calls clearer, and more
D-Wave Systems is building a 'quantum' computer to solve intractable real-world problems. The secret: cooling the chip to -269 C with liquid helium.
Taking blood pressure from the inside, and more
Its new silicon laser could add decades to Moore's Law.
John Maeda leads techno-artists who are pushing the boundaries between computer programming and design.
Right Hemisphere wants to make it easier for non-engineers to understand technical matters.
Encryption products that use the principles of quantum mechanics are becoming more accessible to companies and government agencies.
The world's largest gamemaker, Electronic Arts, is struggling with troubling financials and greater competition. So it's looking for new ways to use game technology.
Liquid metal is one of several new technologies that one day may cool down super-fast PCs.