Google to introduce its own PC?
In a move that will be seen as a direct challenge to Microsoft’s domination of the media business, Google Inc. is preparing to launch a low-price personal computer, reports the Los Angeles Times newspaper.
W3C looks to improve speech recognition technology for web transactions
IBM 3D TV
Analysis: China's futile Web clampdown
An axiom of Communist China's founder Mao Zedong goes, "a single spark can start a prairie fire." Today, the country's leaders fear this is only an Internet click away.
Future mobile phones may have 100GB memory
Mobile phones might one day have the memory capacity of a desktop computer thanks to a microchip that mimics the functioning of the brain.
Zinc Powder Will Drive Your Hydrogen Car
A revolutionary method of using concentrated solar energy for producing hydrogen in a clean, safe and inexpensive way was developed by a cooperation of scientists from Israel, Sweden, Switzerland and France. ...
Self-powered smart window also functions as a self-rechargeable transparent battery
Multiscreen social TV would enrich traditional viewing experience
Tiny chip mimics brain, delivers supercomputer speed
Researchers Thursday unveiled a powerful new postage-stamp size chip delivering supercomputer performance using a process that mimics the human brain.
Salinity-gradient-power cell's surprisingly high voltage gives it best cost-per-watt of its kind
Generator uses the human body as an electrode to power portable electronics
Spatial order increases cooperation in quantum prisoner's dilemma game
Self-charging battery gets boost from nanocomposite film
Self-organizing robots: Robotic construction crew needs no foreman (w/ video)
On the plains of Namibia, millions of tiny termites are building a mound of soil—an 8-foot-tall "lung" for their underground nest. During a year of construction, many termites will live and die, wind and ...