A lucrative contract to make spaceflight processors has gone to Microchip Technology, Inc. of Arizona.
Now that hole mobility has been addressed, we are starting to see the potential of diamond FETS in low-loss power conversion and high-speed communications.
Researchers at Duke University have developed a device that could pave the way for microchips to use photons rather than electrons to process and transmit data.
It seems that one of the Mars Rover Opportunity's NAND memory banks has been worn out, giving the rover Amnesia.
The US Patent office has published a patent application from Apple Inc. titled "Power management systems for accepting adapter and solar power in electronic devices."
While it may be a few months after the fact, it also seems that the rock, still moving at many times the speed of sound, was captured on a household security camera.
Skunk Works, the semi-top secret military aircraft development arm of Lockheed Martin, is looking into a follow-up to its infamous SR-71 Blackbird.
IBM has finished its first noise-free laboratories at the Binnig and Rohrer Nanotechnology centers in Zurich, Switzerland.
The Department of Defense's research arm, DARPA, has commissioned a $70 million project that will allow it to monitor the brain in real-time.
Scientists and academics form network dedicated to discovering if we really are all alone in the universe.