If anyone expected Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013 to be a sleeper event, they were wrong. After only the first of three days of the CES wrapping up, a myriad of consumer [...]
The red worm, Lumbricus rubellus, can make nano-semiconductors called quantum dots when fed soil that contains metals like cadmium and tellurium.
Eleven people were detained by the FBI for illegally exporting cutting-edge technology components to the Russian military.
A special carbon molecule known as a buckyball has been used to trap a water molecule and observe its ‘quantum rattle.’
Space is at a premium today. Whether in the office, condo, or cottage, a tight squeeze means everything needs to get smaller, including home entertainment systems.
Concerns continue to grow regarding what organizations such as the American Civil Liberties Union deem to be the Department of Homeland Security’s unlawful search and [...]
Samsung Group is planning to spend $38.5 billion on expansion in 2011.
In an ever-growing market for mobile devices that can perform a plethora of tasks, ebook readers are the latest invention.
Apple Inc.’s results underscore the company’s success in transforming itself into a personal electronics giant.
The National Science Foundation (NSF)has recently awarded funding for “green” research.