Researcher says the bottom-up construction, in contrast with the way today's commercial circuits are built, points the way toward tomorrow's integrated systems.
New research out of Harvard and nearby Brigham and Women's Hospital finds 1 in 4 comments on Facebook diabetes sites promotes non-FDA approved products.
New York man's alleged contract and e-mails that supposedly gave him 50 percent ownership of the social network are forgeries, new court filing from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg claims.
Using mobile and sensor technology, one entrepreneur wants to help you sleep better with a "Silent Un-alarm Clock" that you wear on your wrist.
LinkedIn went public last week, raising $352 million and igniting talk that we're entering another period of tech market froth, like we had in 1999. Are we indeed? CNET's Jim Kerstetter and HBR's Eric Hellweg join the discussion.
Company setting aside $500 million to cover potential settlement costs linked to investigation of illegal online pharmacies, something Obama official said search giant was doing a good job combating.
Leading experts in the medical field, as well as dozens of entrepreneurs, practicing physicians, and others interested in how exponential technologies can affect our lives are meeting at FutureMed.
Automotive News reports on a new car-sharing service.
In a visit to the Googleplex, Tina Fey tells Eric Schmidt that she uses an iPhone, an iPad and, um, computers. The Googlies offer a suitably disappointed reaction.
New program helps predict complex 3D structures based on a given DNA template, opening the door to developing more targeted drug delivery systems, synthetic photocells, and more.