A scientist who successfully connected a moth's brain to a robot predicts that "hybrid" computers running a combination of technology and living organic tissue will be available in 10 to 15 years.
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
Scientists around the world are using artificial intelligence software to bring them a step closer to building what they say will be the perfect robotic hand.
A scientist who successfully connected a moth's brain to a robot predicts that in 10 to 15 years we'll be using "hybrid" computers running a combination of technology and living organic tissue.
A North Carolina man last week was sentenced to 110 years in prison after admitting that he and a co-conspirator hacked into computers used by young girls and used illicitly gained data to blackmail them.
Two brothers convicted of running a phony Salvation Army Web site that purportedly raised money for Hurricane Katrina victims were both sentenced to more than 100 months in jail.
The South Korean government Tuesday announced plans to help build two robot theme parks as part of an effort to boost its robotics industry.
Physicists at the University of California at Berkeley have built the world's smallest radio out of single carbon nanotube one ten-thousandth the width of a human hair.
Nanotechnology will replace magnetic disk drives in iPods, laptops and servers within five to 10 years, making them more durable, lighter and faster.
A former employee has sued Advanced Micro Devices for allegedly exposing her to chemicals that caused severe birth defects in her son.
A one-time civilian employee with the US Department of Defence (DOD) pleaded guilty to conspiring in a scheme that defrauded the government of US$700,000.
A professor at the University of Massachusetts wasn't just goofing off when he started hooking up one Playstation 3 system after another.
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With the launching a new vector supercomputer, NEC executives said they are racing after industry leaders IBM and Cray to recapture a piece of their faded supercomputer glory.
Worldwide PC microprocessor unit sales hit a record high in the third quarter, but revenue is not keeping pace, according to an IDC analyst.
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