NASA plans to send a 3D printer to space for use on the International Space Station next year. That goal is now closer to reality.
The movie industry's switch from traditional 35 mm film to digital saves money for studios. But the move can be prohibitively expensive for America's remaining drive-ins.
If switching to Android would have been so great for Nokia and BlackBerry, why hasn't it helped Sony and LG more, let alone HTC?
People searching for things such as photos and flights stored in their Google accounts will be able to say, rather than type, what they’re looking for.
It's hard to think of a better candidate for "world's greatest living innovator." Or is it?
Most Walmart Supercenter stores are 75 times larger than this new Walmart in Atlanta.
It's not too soon to start preparing for the impact of drone deployments. Of particular concern: data storage, security, bandwidth, and data transmission latency.
While the clock ticks on the arrival of the next iPhone version, old Apple devices will soon be able to offer eye and face-tracking capabilities via uMoove.
The U.S. military requires suppliers to mark microelectronics with a difficult-to-remove forensic marker made of plant DNA.
The new offerings, priced starting at $429, can underpin inventory control, asset tracking and point-of-sale applications.
The Finnish Matriculation Examination Board is organising a crowdsourced hacking competition to help find flaws in its electronic exam system.
Analysts are having trouble digesting Cisco's solid fourth quarter and the company's outlook and plans to cut 4,000 jobs. Did Cisco stretch to hit its numbers?
Companies making smartphones keep trying to outdo each other with superphones. A trip to the fast food joint shows what might work for smartphone makers.
Lenovo is on its way to becoming a Windows ecosystem anomaly---a PC maker who can play the mobile game too.
New channel partners in Europe will begin selling Microsoft's Surface slabs with wrap-around services.
Top tech firms are exploring the concept -- and it could be profitable if we work out how best to exploit the idea.
World's largest telco by subscriber base hit US$10.3 billion profit in the first half of the year. It warns of intensifying competition from OTT players and the "substitution effect" from the Internet business.
A S$42 million call-for-collaboration will target sector specific productivity issues and help SMBs leverage on economies of scale through collective adoption.
A few basic missteps in introducing enterprise collaboration are often all that separate a successful project from one with few business benefits.