Ultralow-power memory uses orders of magnitude less power than other devices
Nano-based RFID tags could replace bar codes
Long lines at store checkouts could be history if a new technology created in part at Rice University comes to pass.
Samsung offers two shows at once on new OLED TV
South Korean electronics giant Samsung Monday unveiled a new television that lets two people watch two different shows at the same time.
'Do Not Track' privacy effort at crossroads
A movement by privacy activists to curb tracking of Internet users' browsing habits scored a major victory last month when Microsoft launched its new browser with "do not track" as the default, or automatic ...
New Ultra HD TVs arrive in stores with 5-figure prices
High-definition TVs have officially graduated to Ultra HD.
Scientists predict major shifts in Pacific ecosystems by 2100
What if you woke up every day to find that the closest grocery store had moved several miles farther away from your home? Over time, you would have to travel hundreds of extra miles to find essential food ...
LG releases 'world's largest' ultra-definition TV
South Korea's LG Electronics on Wednesday began sales of what it claims is the world's largest ultra-definition television, with a view to expanding its share of the premium TV market.
Wireless power for the price of a penny
(Phys.org) -- The newspaper-style printing of electronic equipment has led to a cost-effective device that could change the way we interact with everyday objects.
Wireless tags give physicians details and condition of orthopedic implants with the wave of a wand
Radio-frequency technology developed at the University of Pittsburgh that uses human tissue instead of air as a conduit for radio waves is the basis of the first electronic "tag" system designed to track and ...
Anglers and Stanford scientists track marlins' unusual migration routes
An annual collaboration of Stanford researchers and sport anglers in Hawaii is revealing the long migration paths of the Pacific blue marlin, a large, spectacular fish with a snout shaped like a spear. Electronic ...
Cool! Researchers find way to use HVAC ducts for wireless monitoring technology
A new study by a team including a professor from North Carolina State University has found a way to implement wireless monitoring technology - with uses ranging from climate control to health and safety applications - by ...
Amazon CEO hopes new Kindles stoke sales
(AP) -- Jeff Bezos isn't just confident you'll want a Kindle e-book reader. The CEO of Amazon.com is bracing for a future in which you'll also want ones for your kid heading to college, your spouse in a book ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- What if we knew exactly where our trash was going and how much energy it took to make it disappear? Would it make us think twice about buying bottled water or "disposable" razors?
Electronics from the printer
(PhysOrg.com) -- Electronic systems designed to perform simple functions, such as monitor the temperature on a yogurt pot, mustn’t cost much: This is where printed electronics are at an advantage. Researchers ...