A team at Northwestern University discovers a great leap forward in lithium-ion technology.
The water in the mineral oil-fueled cooling tank, heated by computers to about 122 degrees, is being routed to the HVAC systems of surrounding buildings in Sweden.
The adult entertainment industry has a history of influencing technology choices.
The agency will research how beams can be used to move matter, though it might be a while before they can move the sofa.
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a way to print nanotube-based explosives sensors from an inkjet printer.
The Lytro camera, developed by image scientist Ren Ng, captures light fields that are assembled into images later and could change how we take pictures.
A team at MIT's Lincoln Lab has developed a phased array that delivers a real-time view of what's on the other side of a wall 20 to 60 feet away.
Stanford University researchers say a server using only dynamic random-access memory could recover from a crash in 1.6 seconds.
The rapper had better put a little more pizzazz into his new search engine project. We've got a few ideas.
Making AIDS research into a game pays off big for scientists working toward a cure, which opens the door to using online games for other research.
These 10 doses of malware caused nightmares, and a few changed the world.
While moving to a new office, the Lab uncovers long-forgotten, even mysterious, devices. Don't you have them in your office, too?