A French startup is looking to change the way people drink wine, one glass at a time.
It's not clear what individual gadget will be the next big thing in the tech industry. But the Internet of Things is definitely already here in a big way.
Major U.S. Internet companies are urging the British government to reconsider a plan to make telecommunications firms help spies hack into computers and phones.
The Flexible Electronics and Display Center (FEDC) at Arizona State University and PARC, a Xerox company, announced today that they have successfully manufactured the world's largest flexible X-ray detector prototypes using ...
Your television, computer, smartphone or any other electronic device wouldn't work without being able to shuttle electric charges around their circuits.
Internal Revenue Service criminal investigators will not continue to use cellphone-tracking technology without first seeking a warrant, the IRS commissioner told Congress in a letter made public Tuesday.
After two years of research, a French team, mostly including researchers from the CNRS and CEA within the RS2E network on electrochemical energy storage have just designed an alternative technology to Li-ion for application ...
Flexible sensors have been developed for use in consumer electronics, robotics, health care, and space flight. Future possible applications could include the creation of 'electronic skin' and prosthetic limbs that allow wearers ...
An old television. A first-generation iPhone. The free printer that came with a new computer.
Substantially smaller and longer-lasting batteries for everything from portable electronic devices to electric cars could be come a reality thanks to an innovative technology developed by University of Waterloo researchers.