Until now, the iPad has faced almost no competition. Soon, though, the Android and WebOS tablets will start to ship in bulk, and things may change. Amongst the first will be Velocity Micro’s Cruz lineup, which brings a wide-screen (16:9) tablet runni
Nemoptic's new e-paper technology is cheap and efficient enough to be used almost anywhere.
Using new classes of engineered fluorescent proteins, scientists get closer to storing data at unprecedented densities.
Nanotube circuits that combine speed and low power might drive flexible displays.
A heated AFM tip can draw nanometers-wide conductive lines on graphene oxide.
Sheets of atom-thick carbon could make displays that are super fast.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in materials--and what they mean. HP researchers demonstrate logic with memristors
Existing presidential authority over telecommunications infrastructure is greater than what the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act of 2010 would permit the executive branch to do in case of a cyber emergency, say proponents of the bill.
DuPont has developed a printing process to bring down the cost of high-performance displays.
Scientists have created microscopic robots out of DNA molecules that can walk, turn and even create tiny products of their own on a nano-scale assembly line.
Katherine Albrecht's lecture on the history, use, and projected wanted and unwanted intents of the RFID tech.
A new model weighs just seven pounds and is the first professional-quality camcorder to combine all the necessary components for 3-D filmmaking: lenses, camera head, and twin memory card recorder.
So, how would you like to have your USBs? Maybe with Chardonnay amidst a lavish dinner table setting. Now, how else one can treat these yummy USB delicacies?
September 17, 2009 — www.orkin-design.de The device of the flexible display allows a new concept in notebook design growing out of the traditional bookformed laptop into unfurling and convolving portable computer. By virtue of the OLED-Display te
Do you think your connection speed is fast? Do you tout your torrent bit rate? Perhaps your rig is swift, but there's no reason it couldn't be many times faster.
One of the Windows Vista problems that Windows 7 was supposed to solve was the drain on laptop battery life, but while Windows 7 has made a number of significant improvements, Microsoft is now investigating reports its new operating system reduces b
Apple Inc. will sell the newly unveiled tablet-style iPad starting at $499, a price tag far below the $1,000 that some analysts were expecting. The iPad, which is larger in size but similar in design to Apple's popular iPhone, was billed by CEO Steve
Contrary to public statements made by the Transportation Security Administration, full-body airport scanners do have the ability to store and transmit images, according to documents obtained by the Electronic Privacy Information Center.
For most people, conserving energy means turning off lights in empty rooms. But for the researchers at Bell Labs, the massive energy savings lurk in the 1's and 0's of the code that regulates the Internet.
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Out of Africa comes the disturbing news of entire regions being toxified and polluted by the industry of recycling used computers.
Two weeks ago we were ready to publicly launch the CrunchPad. The device was stable enough for a demo. It went hours without crashing. And then the entire project self destructed.
By the year 2020, you won't need a keyboard and mouse to control your computer, say Intel Corp. researchers. Instead, users will open documents and surf the Web using nothing more than their brain waves. Scientists at Intel's research lab in Pit
Researchers expect brain waves to operate computers, TVs and cell phones
A new development by partly government-backed Fluidic Energy could potentially extend the battery life of notebooks, cars and other devices well beyond existing lithium-ion cells. It's nnown as Metal-Air Ionic Liquid (MAIL).
This demo -- from Pattie Maes' lab at MIT, spearheaded by Pranav Mistry -- was the buzz of TED. It's a wearable device with a projector that paves the way for profound interaction with our environment. Imagine "Minority Report" and then some.
The bar code turned 57 yesterday. It's everywhere, but is it evil?
The bad news is that if you turn the geo features on, there are very few controls available and, yes, Microsoft could easily track your every move. Now you can freak out.
The formation of PositiveID represents the convergence of a pioneer in personal health records, VeriChip, with a leader in the identity security space, Steel Vault, focused on access and security of a consumer’s critical data.