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Rice University is testing a highly efficient wireless communications system.
New software makes it possible to do in minutes on a small computer what used to be done by large clusters of computers.
A startup called Duolingo taps the power of crowds to make learning a language free.
Data that shows where people live, work, and play is being sold to businesses and city planners, as mobile operators seek new sources of revenue.
Solar cells can produce 10 times more electricity per gram of silicon thanks to this system.
As the amount of data expands exponentially, nearly all of it carries someone’s digital fingerprints.
A book-sized computer capable of driving a car could help the technology reach the mass market.
Now that every technology company in America seems to be selling cloud computing, we decided to find out where it all began.
Google’s browser-based operating system is still shaky when offline, but Samsung’s Chromebook, priced at just $249, is a decent cheap laptop.