Scientists at the University of Twente in the Netherlands have devised a new type of electronic chip that takes after the human brain.
Researchers have created an all-new permanent optical memory that promises to vastly improve information processing speeds
The National Security Agency updated an obscure page on its website with an announcement that it plans to shift the encryption of government and military data away from current cryptographic schemes to new ones, yet to be determined, that can resist
Go to SaveWiFi.Org to make comments to the FCC about proposed requirements to manufactureres to lock down computing devices (routers, PCs, phones) to prevent modification if they have a "modular wireless radio"
Imagine a computer processor able to harness super-position, to calculate the result of an arbitrarily large number of permutations of a complex problem simultaneously. Imagine how entanglement could be used to allow systems on different sides of the
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is an international standard for a secure cryptoprocessor, which is a dedicated microprocessor designed to secure hardware by integrating cryptographic keys into devices.
Behind self-driving, vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication is one of the biggest sea changes in transportation technology on the horizon -- it could have an enormous impact on driving safety, if it's implemented
Last month, as one of Google's self-driving cars approached a crosswalk, it did what it was supposed to do when it slowed to allow a pedestrian to cross, prompting its "safety driver" to apply the brakes. The pedestrian was fine, but not so muc
August 19, 2015- On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton was pushed by Fox News journalist Ed Henry on whether or not she wiped clean her private email server before handing it over to investigators.
Optical quantum computers promise to deliver processing performance exponentially faster and more powerful than today's digital electronic microprocessors.
It's a good thing my job is conducive to feeding my deep-seated need to take as many personality tests as possible and publicly share my results, because here we are with another one:
Acer has announced a pair of new laptops that are set to provide access to Windows 10 at a very reasonable price point.
Nvidia Corp said it was recalling its Shield 8-inch tablets in the United States as the battery in these devices can overheat, posing a fire hazard.
The company Outernet seeks to build virtual libraries in places the internet doesn't reach by blanketing the earth with data beamed from satellites.
If you want a desktop PC, you're typically going to have to fork over several hundred dollars (Windows OEM licensing alone can make up a significant portion of that). But what if you could turn open-sourced Android into a serviceable desktop OS? That
IBM said on Thursday that it had made working versions of ultradense computer chips, with roughly four times the capacity of today's most powerful chips.
The US has a big and rather complicated internet speed problem. Its broadband infrastructure is woefully behind in speed and price compared to a broad swath of other countries,
LG's display subsidiary has announced that it will begin mass producing notebook displays using Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT) technology.
HP has announced a free software update for its all-in-one dual-workspace Sprout computer that adds 3D capture capabilities.