Tetranitratoxycarbon may have the potential to store energy, combust or do a little of both.
By Tuan Nguyen
| February 7, 2012 -- 06:10 GMT (22:10 PST)
| Topic: Innovation
Does money buy happiness?
China to boast world's most advanced internet
What's the safest seat on an airplane?
New and improved aerogel is world's lightest material
Exclusive deal: Save $100 on Swellpro's Spry waterproof drone with this code
Wellbots is offering ZDNet readers an exclusive discount on its top-selling drone.
Apple TV Plus will be bigger than Netflix, if Apple does a billion things just right
IBM aims to scale quantum computing with new center, 53-qubit system
With the fleet expansion, IBM is hoping to build out the ecosystem for quantum computing research and commercial applications.
Cage-free robots are now doing industry's heavy lifting
Once relegated to bench top tasks, these nimble collaborative coworkers are starting to beef up and do the work of an older generation of robots.
Australia Post shipping insights through Google Cloud analytics play
Hitachi Vantara and Hitachi Consulting to integrate ahead of IoT expansion plans
The company plans to make 'aggressive investments' into its Lumada-based solutions and digital capabilities.
Mozilla to release a new Firefox version every four weeks starting next year
Firefox moves to monthly releases from current 6-8 weeks release cycle.
Self-driving vehicles could use a 3D semantic camera to detect skin
Low-powered lasers enable fuller situational awareness for mobility applications.
Uh-oh: This camera watches while you work out
A stationary camera may have a leg up on wearable trackers like smart watches.