PCI Express has lasted more than a decade, and faster speeds should extend its longevity as a key enabler of computing power. Also coming: adaptations for the mobile market.
Laser beams and an aerodynamic levitator help scientists melt cement into a metallic-glass material that can act as a semiconductor.
Cement is everywhere, and it takes a lot of cooking to make. CalStar hopes to cut out the baking part.
C-Crete Technologies takes home the $100,000 prize in MIT's Entrepreneurship Competition for creating a nanoengineered cement that reduces carbon dioxide emissions yet is stronger than any existing cement.
A Google search of the word "pornography" appears to have coughed up an ad for Bing's "access to thousands of videos." Is Bing becoming the top search engine for porn?
By adding important features to the iPod Nano while keeping the price low, the company is sewing up its domination of the middle of the MP3 market.
The cement bulletproof vest would offer a cost-effective level of protection for people in semi-risky occupations short of full-on combat.
Since when has a brick company come out of Silicon Valley? Calstar Products is making a brick using coal fly ash that needs 85 percent less energy to produce.
Screws that keep coming loose after servicing a Mac can be frustrating, but luckily this common problem has an easy solution.
The world's largest e-commerce company launches an online shopping marketplace that hosts specialty boutiques hawking fashion, sporting goods, baby gear, and tech gadgets.