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IPv6 tunneling broken with latest AirPort updates

Apple's recent AirPort and Time Capsule updates may break IPv6 tunneling features in the devices, requiring a downgrade for those who use these features.

By Feb. 11, 2013


Minecraft tunneling on to Sony Ericsson Xperia Play exclusively

Can you dig it? Smash-hit indie game Minecraft is arriving on the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, mining a rich seam of gaming fun before coming to other Android phones.

By May. 25, 2011


AirPort firmware update fixes 802.11n connectivity issues

The latest update for AirPort base stations addresses some minor but annoying bugs in Apple's line of Wi-Fi routers.

By Aug. 14, 2013


Filmmaking at the atomic level? IBM nets Guinness world record

With "A Boy and His Atom," Big Blue and its scanning tunneling microscope have made what is surely the first movie explicitly starring atoms.

By Apr. 30, 2013


Apple Remote Access bug may cause Chooser AppleTalk zones to disappear

Apple Remote Access bug may cause Chooser AppleTalk zones to disappear

By Apr. 17, 1998


An electronic nose to sniff out nasty chemicals

Using materials technology to add a touch interface to devices, U.K. scientists develop an electronic nose sensor able to be tied into clothing or paper.

By May. 11, 2012


Single-atom transistor built with precise control

Seeking to keep Moore's Law on pace, researchers have developed a repeatable technique for assembling a single-atom version of the transistor--the building block of semiconductors and computers.

By Feb. 19, 2012


IBM breakthrough could measure rapid changes to atoms

Scientists at IBM Research say they have pioneered a way to measure environmental effects on individual atoms much more quickly than was previously possible.

By Sep. 23, 2010


Quantum physics could make smartphones smarter

Tech from a U.K. company allows electronic currents to be controlled by touch pressure--not merely just on or off, but all the gray areas in between.

By Feb. 10, 2010


IBM snaps an image of electric charge on the move

IBM Research isolates how electrons rearrange themselves in a molecular bond, an insight that could advance molecular-scale transistors and inexpensive solar cells.

By Feb. 26, 2012