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Researchers from the Vienna University of Technology say they have increased the speed of three-dimensional nano-scale printing a thousand-fold
Swedish company Tobii has shrunk the size and updated the software of its eye-tracking device and hopes to see the technology go into use in the medical, design, presentation, surveillance and gaming industries
Scientists at IBM say they have made a breakthrough in quantum computing that could pave the way for a full-scale quantum computer
The Mu power plug, which swivels the live and neutral pins out of the way to save space, is now available for pre-order after a design prototype was turned into an adapter for USB-chargeable devices
Today marks 20 years since Optus began operations in Australia, and 20 years since Telstra had its first competitor.
The London-based augmented reality start-up, which won a UKT&I competition for space on the CES 2012 show floor, lays out its apps and its ambition to be as recognisable as Twitter
Still struggling with what to give your favorite green technology enthusiast? Here are 7 of the coolest green gadgets and gizmos to emerge this year.
City-state's latest addition to skyline--Asia Square Building--boasts high-tech, eco-friendly features such as a biofuel plant, self-powering lift system and biometric access to distinguish it from the rest.
IBM has revealed three new developments that aim to power tomorrow's digital technology. Based on nanotubes, nanowires and graphene, their common factor is compatibility with today's production techniques
From bionic contact lenses to 'invisible' tanks, check out the latest emerging technologies that will change the world.
Here's a look back at a quarter century's worth of innovations in game design and Nintendo gear brought to life by The Legend of Zelda franchise.
Within the next decade, Microsoft suggests, smart devices everywhere will be able to recognise individuals and fire up apps and intelligence to match that person — a scenario that calls for a single overarching OS
Behind the scenes look at preparations for Formula 1 race in Singapore this weekend. Also, find out how machine-to-machine technology in car racing can be adapted to other industries.
Intel has shown off prototype machine-to-machine sensor devices designed for use by firefighters, sanitation workers and in the oil and gas industries
The two companies are working together on adhesives that can glue chips on top of one another to increase density, while radiating heat away to maintain performance