Intel has announced a new type of silicon laser that can transfer data on a beam of light--and could make computers many times faster.
Call centers might be able to teach "chat bots" a thing or two about passing the Turing Test.
Thin-film technology is still expensive, but it could soon run remote sensors and medical implants--and one day electric vehicles.
Princeton U. researchers have released a study and video that demonstrate the ease of altering votes on an electronic voting machine.
New diagnostic tests can predict which patients are most likely to benefit from chemotherapy.
A new nano-optical device can focus laser light tighter than traditional optics, which could lead to higher-density data storage.
Applying cutting-edge genomics techniques to cattle might produce more milk and tastier beef.
A new device uses inexpensive, low-power magnets and lasers to create images for materials and biomedical applications.
The most recent test of the U.S. missile defense system is receiving criticism from technical observers for its simplicity and secrecy.
Adding a chemical found in antifreeze to fuel cells could provide a longer-lasting alternative to batteries in portable electronics.