Freescale Semiconductor is using nanoscale materials to halve the size of flash memory and make it much less expensive.
This novel process might lead to purer silicon – and faster chips.
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.
Computerized motors pulled the strings at a recent Paris fashion show, dramatically altering dresses on the runway.
A new way to reduce friction at the nanoscale could enable the commercialization of nano mechanical devices, including ones for data storage.
Adding more cores to a computer makes it faster, but it also makes it tricky to program. How will computer scientists cope?
Television programming and user-created media have found a home–and a business model–on the Web.
In his lab facing the Pacific Ocean, Daniel Morse is learning new ways to build complex semiconductor devices for cheaper, more efficient solar cells. He has an unlikely teacher: sea sponges.