Researchers at University of Pittsburgh have generated a frequency comb (a slice of spectrum) with more than 100 terahertz bandwidth, eclipsing today's devices that operate in the gigahertz frequency region.
Emerging trends in technology and new developments in science will affect the way we live. Chris Jablonski selects and analyzes news about our future that you'll almost never find anywhere else.
Christopher Jablonski is a freelance technology writer. Previously, he held research analyst positions in the IT industry and was the manager of marketing editorial at CBS Interactive. He's been contributing to ZDNet since 2003.</p> <p>Christopher received a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. With over 12 years in IT, he's an expert on transformational technologies, particularly those influential in B2B.
Created by Boston Dynamics and funded by DARPA, Cheetah is allegedly now the fastest legged robot on the planet.
Smartphones are ubiquitous and capable, but the innovation ceiling has been reached.
First-ever single-chip passive infrared temperature sensor could be used in tablets, handsets, watches, and cameras for applications yet to be imagined.
Nervous Structure is a series of installations that create hypnotic displays using elastic or spandex and a projector to illuminate it with computer-generated graphics.
German researchers have create algorithms that allow two or more LTE providers to use a network jointly, which can help reduce infrastructure costs, close coverage gaps, and speed availability to rural area.
Flora is a new wearable technology platform from Adafruit Industries that makes crafting custom wearable multi-LED pixel designs geek-easy. Here's a look at the potential applications.
Scientists have developed a new way to create electromagnetic Terahertz (THz) waves or T-rays, which could be used to revolutionize medical scanning gadgets.
University of Washington's upgraded robot, Raven II, will provide the first common research platform for campuses across the country.
An Iranian researcher claims to have built the world's smallest capacitor microphone, measuring just half a millimeter squared.
A team of University of Illinois engineers has developed a self-healing system that restores electrical conductivity to a cracked circuit in less time than it takes to blink.
As it continues to gain market share and brand power, the world's largest chip-maker gets a nod for its scientific method for balancing markets, features and time dynamics.
Tel Aviv University is developing a "capsule endoscope" that can be guided through the digestive tract with precise control using a magnetic field.
From legions of independent consultants to cities dotted with coworking facilities, the future of work is virtual, online and global.
Forget the desktop environment with one or two screens. Oblong Industries' spatial operating system extends your workspace to every available screen in a room. With the latest developments, the technology is a frontrunner for the future of the user interface.