Material could one day be a great, simpler alternative to Flipboard, but first it has to fix its performance issues.
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By donating unused materials, General Motors lends a helping hand to Detroit's most needy.
Samsung's future-gazing scientists claim to have cooked up a way of developing atom-thin silicon alternative graphene on a commercial scale.
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A new patent filing indicates that the company is thinking seriously about how sapphire might be used to build consumer electronics.
Material is here, and like Flipboard it uses social data to predict your news-reading preferences. Here's a closer look.
Following an inquiry, the regulatory commission clears Reed Hastings and Netflix of wrongdoing, and says companies can distribute news on investor-aware accounts.
The mobile-phone maker receives a $1.35 billion grant to work on development of the 2D wonder-material that is stronger, lighter, and thinner than anything else on Earth.
Rice University researchers develop a technique to modify the surface of graphene, a step toward controlling it like a semiconductor for multi-purpose electronic circuits, optics, and chemical sensors.
An airy, shock-absorbing nickel lattice of extremely low density could improve vehicles, aircraft, and batteries, its creators predict.