With funding from the Amazon founder and the CIA's investment arm, the Canadian company D-Wave is gaining momentum for its revolutionary approach to computing.
Should we build a supercomputer on the moon?
Apple could be announcing its next big product, the iPad Mini, in two and a half weeks.
Will tablets that can transform into laptops challenge the iPad?
Google appears to have been blindsided by the fact that Apple won its lawsuit against Samsung.
The Raspberry Pi is a fully-functional computer that only costs $35.
"Steve gives a rousing pep talk to his employees shortly before the launch of NeXT Computer, while also indulging in a short rant about revenge on Apple and John Sculley."
Photos of the mystery computing device appeared on the web in late February. Taken with a smartphone, they were a bit washed out and a little blurry in places, but you could easily read the name printed on the long, thin piece of hardware. “Pluto Swi
You clicked, but how hard did you click?
For the first time, a functional solid-state quantum computer has completed a fairly simple math problem, factoring a prime number into its constituent parts.
Samsung just took the wraps off its new 10-inch tablet, the Galaxy Note 10.1.
As part of its purchase of Perceptive Pixel today, Microsoft will start selling giant tablets running Windows 8.
One of the main obstacles in the way of a practical quantum computer has been cracked. Researchers were able to create quantum bits (qubits) and store information on them for nearly two seconds, at room temperature.
It may be impossible to say how HUGE this technological breakthrough is.
I thought that glasses with "augmented reality" would be hopelessly dorky and could never go mainstream—until I saw the technology in action.
Inside Google’s secretive X laboratory, known for inventing self-driving cars and augmented reality glasses, a small group of researchers began working several years ago on a simulation of the human brain.
Microsoft unveiled two new tablets, called Surface, in Los Angeles on Monday.
Tired of losing ground to the iPad, Microsoft is poised to serve up its own entry in the suddenly booming tablet market.
The menu of low-cost mini-computer options expands.
In many ways, Scott Widdowson is your typical electrical engineer. Most days, when the weather’s good, he bikes the 15 miles along the Ottawa River to his company’s offices in the west end of the Canadian capital. Once there, he settles in for a day
In the tech world, smaller is better.
Computers are the exposed backbone of America’s infrastructure. They are new technology with big holes that is under attack from very skilled and motivated people who mean our country harm. Yet, we trust them to provide almost every service our mode
No matter how much money you have to spend, you can put together your own PC that will play games well now—and leave you lots of room to grow.
A wearable brain scanner could give computers insight into how hard you're thinking.
Just snap a bunch of pictures of the object you want to reproduce from different angles, and the app, cleverly named 123D Catch, creates a 3-D rendering automatically.
SoundWave lets an ordinary laptop function like a Kinect sensor.
Many of us rely on GPS to get around unfamiliar cities and neighborhoods, but a new type of location service could be giving you directions from the dairy section to the frozen foods aisle at the grocery store, and tracking every step you take.
Samsung emailed, tweeted and blogged Monday about a May 3 event in which reporters are being invited to “come and meet the next Galaxy.”
One of the best ways tablet makers have been able to set themselves apart from the iPad is by selling their devices at steep discounts.
It was once thought that vacuums--like the vacuum of space--contained nothing. No particles, no sound, just empty darkness.