A mirrored satellite for mapping the Earth's surface has a new job now.
D-Wave Systems gets more cash, but it's still in experimental mode and continues to have some skeptics.
This story mischaracterized Scott Aaronson's job and Google's relationship with D-Wave. Aaronson is an assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science at MIT. D-Wave is working with Hartmut Neven, who is a leading expert at Google.
How to get to the top of the iTunes podcast list--we think. We'll let you know Monday. Also, breaking news! Amazon goes down midshow! Was it something we said?
With a motion to compel arbitration, maker of electric sports cars kicks off round 2 of a legal fight with its rival, which began shortly after Fisker unveiled its $80,000 Karma.
Over three decades ago, a Berkeley professor theorized that there should be a circuit that can remember what's happened to it. Now, HP is demonstrating it actually exists.
March 1998 saw the birth of the portable music world as we know it today, with the launch of the MPMan F10 -- the world's first portable MP3 player
Micron says its image-sensor division, now called Aptina, is more independent and responsive. Also new: better sensors and even smaller cell phone cameras.
The hottest high-horsepower machines from the 2008 North American International Auto Show.
Tesla made the electric car fancy. Now Fisker wants to do the same for the plug-in hybrid.