Researchers at IBM have developed new error-correction and fabrication processes that greatly increase processing times for quantum computers.
Microsoft's Kinect can take inputs from a mouse, stylus, touch, voice or a motion-sensing device.
The agency is looking at new information processing and networking technologies to dramatically reduce the time it takes to analyze data.
This year, the number of mobile-connected devices will exceed the world's population, according to a new forecast, continuing a trend that will help push global mobile data traffic to 10 exabytes by 2016.
Almost anything these days could become a client on your network, even a portable gaming console such as the Vita, with all the advantages and risks that entails.
State becomes the first to allow self-driving vehicles -- for testing, at the moment -- which Google says can increase safety.
The CLIQR Quest Challenge asks participants to use their social media skills to locate QR codes that represent resources crews would need in an emergency.
The Defense Department's research arm is developing new methods to provide cell tower-grade communications to warfighters, even in remote and rugged areas.
The Swiss Space Center's CleanSpace One project aims to help sweep the orbital paths of dangerous debris, but let's hope it's not one piece at a time.
Problems with the experiment in which neutrinos exceeded the speed of light may have thrown off the results, CERN says. So for now, Einstein's still undefeated.
Federal officials and industry representatives got together at AFCEA's Emerging Technology Symposium to go over the latest tools.
A transistor on a single atom raises tantalizing possibilities for quantum computing, though maybe not soon.