A startup aims to develop a minimally invasive neural prosthesis for disabled patients.
BuzzLogic hopes that monitoring online discussion will help advertisers target the right customers.
Intel's Linux-based netbook operating system gives Windows a run for its money.
A startup uses strains of E. coli bacteria to convert sugar into valuable chemicals for textiles and other products.
An adaptive interface with tactile and audio feedback could make it easier to ignore a small screen.
IBM is developing a membrane that is more effective at ridding drinking water of arsenic contaminants.
New research outlines a path toward new therapies with induced pluripotent stem cells.
Flash Catalyst and Flash Builder aim to simplify the construction of rich Internet applications.
Gene therapy to make cells sensitive to light takes a step toward clinical use.
Software developed by rPath makes it easier to port applications to the cloud.