'Digital dark age' may doom some data
What stands a better chance of surviving 50 years from now, a framed photograph or a 10-megabyte digital photo file on your computer's hard drive?
IBM Reveals Five Innovations That Will Change Our Lives in the Next Five Years
(PhysOrg.com) -- Unveiled today, the third annual "IBM Next Five in Five" is a list of innovations that have the potential to change the way people work, live and play over the next five years.
GE to take next leap in magnetocaloric refrigeration (w/ video)
Solar-powered toothbrush doesn't require toothpaste
US Army Invests in 'Thought Helmet' Technology for Voiceless Communication
Touchable Hologram Becomes Reality (w/ Video)
Introducing Cornucopia, the food printer
US deploys 'game-changer' weapon to Afghanistan
It looks and acts like something best left in the hands of Sylvester Stallone's "Rambo," but this latest dream weapon is real -- and the US Army sees it becoming the Taliban's worst nightmare.
Data that lives forever is possible: Japan's Hitachi
As Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones prove, good music lasts a long time; now Japanese hi-tech giant Hitachi says it can last even longer—a few hundred million years at least.
Paddle turns a Rubik's puzzle into a mobile device (w/ Video)
Recently, major electronics manufacturers displayed new types of screens that are thin and flexible for integration in mobile devices and e-readers. Looking one step further, a team of researchers from Hasselt ...