Experimental designs of silicon transistors may have applications in low-power nanoelectronics.
Comic strips from the likes of Hans Bjordahl and Tom Chi and Kevin Cheng attract a community of techies.
The sleek M600 is being marketed as a messaging device, but it also includes a music player.
International Space Station astronauts launch a satellite made from a worn-out space suit.
Researchers study the brain activities of people watching ads that aired during the Super Bowl, some with interesting results.
The vast bulk of international telephone and Internet traffic travels through underwater cables. This map shows the cables that were in use as of the end of 2004 and gives an indication of where traffic is heaviest.
Walt Mossberg (Wall Street Journal), Victoria Murphy Barret (Forbes) Michael Miller (Ziff Davis) and Ed Baig (USA Today) discuss the winners and losers at Demo 2006.
See the redesigned blade server with PowerPC chip and the future model that uses Cell, also intended for Sony's PlayStation 3.
The Chicago Auto Show features International's glass-roofed MXT, Toyota's boxy F3R and more.
A Silicon Valley start-up analyzes individual athletic ability and feeds data into an interactive Web site for parents and children.
The goal of Ensemble Root is to bring artists and engineers together to develop sweet music.
Mercury Computer Systems plans to release its first blade server using IBM's Cell processor in the second quarter of 2006.
Veteran adventurer re-enters the record books Saturday by taking the GlobalFlyer plane on the longest nonstop journey ever.
These turbines designed for city rooftops make it possible to generate clean power in the city.
J. Presper Eckert and John Mauch designed ENIAC to calculate the trajectory of artillery shells. Fortunately, we've found other uses for their invention.