An experimental Intel processor requires such low levels of energy that it can run on nothing but sunlight.
The project, dubbed “Ride the Light,” aims to develop inexpensive, modular power beaming to provide on-demand power for aerospace craft and other applications.
The system's deep search and analysis ability can help doctors quickly sift through mountains of data in multiple databases.
Worldwide access to the Internet will hit 40 percent by 2015, with the manner in which it is accessed shifting drastically, particularly in the United States.
An AMD-assembled team of overclocking mad scientists ran the FX CPU up to 8.429 GHz, while cooling it with liquid helium. What does it mean for the average user?
BAE is using hexagonal plates called “pixels” that can mask the heat signature of the object they are mounted on.
Microsoft has confirmed that its Hyper-V hypervisor will be part of Windows 8, though little else is known about the operating system.
More efficient systems and solar-powered devices at forward bases can help save energy, money and, at times, even lives.
The agency has submitted its label-based Accumulo software to the Apache Incubator, asking for developer contributions.
Regulators and power companies are doing their best to ensure that new energy distribution systems are equally secure and intelligent.
Traditional government IT acquisition projects have delivered well-crafted solutions to problems that were relevant months and even years ago.
A massive, 120-petabyte storage array could help improve predictions of natural disasters, suggests GCN Lab technology analyst Greg Crowe.