New research shows that making drivers pay higher tolls at peak times and tracking their location with RFID or GPS technology can eliminate traffic jams.
A new transistor design aims to smash speed records.
Oxonica cuts diesel consumption but runs into nanotech's environmental quandary.
Touch-based interfaces get to the point.
In light of Apple's and Dell's massive recalls, will computer makers opt for batteries that are less prone to catching fire?
Electrodes made of nanowires can measure the complex signals in a single brain cell.
A biotech company has described a method for growing stem cells without destroying embryos.
With new technology called near-field communications, you could use a cell phone to make purchases, or even download a movie trailer from a poster.
Prototype software from Google Research could listen to your TV and send back useful information -- and ads of course.
Laptop software that can translate English-Arabic conversations on the fly is being tested in Iraq.