Startup Live Mocha leverages social networking to teach foreign languages.
A new type of memory using nanowires could be simpler, cheaper, denser, faster, and more reliable.
A sensor worn behind the ear could monitor a person's movements.
Skyward Mobile's technology could help older phones do more.
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Chunks of shuffled DNA in the human genome could underlie many diseases.
MIT’s robotic car is headed to California to compete in DARPA’s upcoming Urban Challenge.
Large-scale manufacturing techniques used to build LCDs could make solar power far more competitive.
Xobni makes it easier to find relevant information buried in your inbox.
A new line features advanced electronics that automatically tune the instrument.