Scientists at MIT announced that they have found and demonstrated the existence "a fundamentally new kind of magnetic behavior" that could make its way into new computer memory devices.
It appears that Fermilab in Batavia, Illinois, will not be able to secure the funding to build the International Linear Collider (ILC) as the potential successor of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN.
AMD and Cadence taped out the first ARM Cortex-A7 test chip in Samsung's 14-nanometer FinFET process.
Warner Bros. and Intel subsidiary Digital Content Protection are suing Freedom USA and its CEO Alex Sonis for selling devices that circumvent HDCP.
Intel is taking some heat over a delay of Windows 8 tablets that are apparently stuck in quality control testing at Microsoft.
Chumby developer Andrew Huang is working on a new project that could result in an open source DIY notebook.
Intel is preparing the release of four new mobile Celeron processors based on its Ivy Bridge architecture. According to CPU World, the CPUs will be launched in the first quarter of next year.
3D printer maker MakerBot quietly deleted blueprints for the lower receiver of the AR-15 assault rifle.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published a patent application that reveals the company's intent to protect high-dynamic range (HDR) photo capability in its products.
Intel has landed a victory against Negotiated Data Solutions (N-Data) in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, following a 4-year long battle.
Following on the heels of the desktop Haswell processor specifications, information about the mobile CPUs has been leaked as well.
Rice researchers discovered that the perennial climbing madder plant can be used as a source for purpurin, an organic dye that can be turned into a highly effective, natural cathode for lithium-ion batteries.
IDC has released the results of a study commissioned by EMC, which concludes that the pace of data generation has accelerated significantly.
Liquid Robotics said that its WaveGlider has become the first autonomous device to cross the pacific Ocean and has set a world record for the longest distance covered by an autonomous vehicle.
Dealnews has a bold prediction: The Microsoft Surface Tablet could repeat a scenario seen with the Blackberry Playbook.
Fujitsu, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) and NEC announced that they created a joint research effort to develop the world's "top-level, 400 Gbps/channel-class digital coherent optical transmissions technology".
Some buzz is building around a mysterious Intel tablet platform that has surfaced on the FCC website.
AMD reacted to Intel's announcement of its Atom S microserver processor today with a rather interesting email that was sent out to media.