The U.S. military is giving big bucks to IBM, Xerox, and others to develop "Mission Impossible"-style tech that explodes or decomposes once it's served its purpose.
When Tony Stark developed the latest MK VI armor for the classic red and gold Iron Man suit, he probably forgot to engineer a way to listen to music, but Wolfson Microelectronics picks up the slack and shows off a new Digital Silence DS-421D headset here at CES that appears to draw aesthetic inspiration from the superhero's exoskeleton.
David Yen, seen by many as a rising star at Sun, has left the company after leading its chip group.
The open-source operating system project is steadily growing through any number of measurements: programmers, updates, and changes per hour.
The two South Korean electronics suppliers accounted for more than 80 percent of the market last year, down from 98 percent the previous year, according to an industry report.
French researchers say special coatings can isolate objects from heat or concentrate heat, similar to how waves are diffused for cloaking.
European researchers are working on a low-power prototype interface that transmits wireless EKG-sensor signals to a mobile device.
Company agrees to pay $5 million to settle a suit launched by Taiwan-based Elan Microelectronics, which had accused Apple of infringing on an Elan multitouch patent.
Optical mice supplanted roller-ball mice. So what happens when an upside-down optical mouse sensor is put in a mobile phone?
New and Noteworthy: Apple's market share increases to 4.5%; IBM chip shipments fall 5%; more