Origin's new phase-change CPU cooler promises heretofore unseen clock speeds for its high-end gaming desktops.
In our inaugural Appliance Science column, writer Richard Baguley and illustrator Colin West McDonald explore the inner workings of the largest appliance in your house.
IBM is trying to advance the supercomputing state of the art in memory, optical links, and processing with research stemming from a massive radio telescope project.
Researchers study the idea of alternately powering up and then cooling down mobile processors--known as "computational sprinting"--to squeeze out better performance without overheating.
Startup Promethean Power had to ditch its dream of solar-powered milk chillers in rural India, but the company hit on a novel energy storage system that's cheaper and overcomes the unreliable grid.
The university competition to build the most practical and compelling net zero-energy house opens in Washington, D.C., where students show off the art of what's possible.
Emerging technologies geared toward closing a "thermal envelope" in green building, already the largest growth market in construction, are poised to see increased growth by 2020, report says.
Big Blue finds a way to double the data that a cell of phase-change memory can store for a long time. It expects the new memory technology in servers in 2016.
Contestants from the Solar Decathlon in Washington build net zero-energy homes that push the envelope of green building design using solar and energy efficiency.
Phase change memory could actually make its debut later this year. It's only taken decades to wring out the problems.