If Microsoft can't build market share in tablets, it could be the end of 30 years of Redmond's dominance.
British researchers are using a million ARM processing cores to simulate the human brain—or 1 percent of it, at least.
And what a wheel! The inventive drive system enables a small robot to spin and turn on a dime.
How eyeglasses equipped with cameras, LED lights, and a smart-phone-sized processor could help the blind to see.
With U.S. winged orbiters out of the picture, Russia has competitive plans for a new launch vehicle.
Most storage media are but blips in the history of computers.
Tired of waiting in traffic? The EU thinks the solution might be "personal aerial vehicles."
And now, with a device powered only by forward osmosis, it's eco-friendly, too. The device is being tested aboard the last NASA shuttle mission.
The retirement of the space shuttles leaves the future of NASA's human spaceflight program unclear.
A new project aims to create far smarter voice recognition software.