New technology uses a carbon nanotube-coated lens to convert light into sound waves that are then focused enough to cut through skin.
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The wearable set of sensors, built using a modified Microsoft Kinect and LIDAR, is meant to help emergency responders map out an interior space as they move through it.
The Next Unit of Computing (NUC) boards see Intel target consumers and retailers with a low-cost PC that still packs an Ivy Bridge punch.
Intel Labs has shown off a wide range of cutting-edge technologies, from an all-digital radio transceiver to biometrics tech that lets people unlock devices with their palm
Processor architectures and filing systems will need dramatic redesigns to take advantage of upcoming non-volatile memory technologies, Intel has said.
A team of Harvard researchers have managed to encode a book onto DNA, paving the way for wider use of the technology as a storage medium.
The technology industry and consumers stand to lose out after HP knocked back the date of launch for its ultra-efficient storage technology
The US defence research organisation is preparing to dole out millions of dollars to companies that can help its robots get more out of their batteries
An IBM-designed US-based supercomputer has leapfrogged the Fujitsu-made K Computer to become the most powerful system in the world, according to the twice-yearly Top500 list
The Aurasma augmented reality technology will let people make printed images 'come alive' by associating them with cloud-stored pictures, film and other forms of data