The future of batteries: Q&A with the director of the national laboratory battery hub
Everywhere you look, you see lithium-ion batteries. They're in your laptop, your cell phone, your power tools, maybe even your car. Lithium-ion battery research accounts for about 95% of all battery research ...
Dispatch software combines multiple internet connections into one
AR glasses are proposed to restore depth perception
Quad-core Snapdragon S4 is firing up for laptop wars
Intel sets sights on new Ultrabook SSD specs
Laptop juices smartphone in Intel demo at Computex (w/ Video)
Fantastic flash memory combines graphene and molybdenite
Swiss scientists have combined two materials with advantageous electronic properties—graphene and molybdenite—into a flash memory prototype that is very promising in terms of performance, size, flexibility ...
A dead phone may stop you entering the US—here's how to keep it alive on the move
I find international travel tedious. While the destination is always exciting, the journey is simply a chore to be endured. Watching a movie on your laptop or browsing the internet on your phone can make ...
Laptops go up against tablets at Consumer Electronics Show
Pity the poor laptop. The darling of the tech world just a couple of years ago, laptops have become one of the biggest casualties of the tablet phenomenon. For consumers enamored of touch-screen tablets, laptops suddenly ...
Brainlink controller smartens dust-collecting robots: Let's Roomba
Security researcher finds hack vulnerability in Mac battery chips
India develops 35-dollar 'laptop' for schools
India has come up with a 35-dollar touch-screen "laptop" -- a computing prototype that it aims to make available to students from elementary schools to universities.
Review: Warming up to tablets with keyboard covers
It took some travels across the country for me to appreciate a tablet with a keyboard cover.
CeBIT: Laptop tracks gaze, taking eye-tracking out of lab
Ever wish your eyes were lasers? A laptop prototype brings that wish closer to reality.