Scientists have now built a 'phaser' that uses sound waves instead of light like a conventional laser.
After accomplishing one of its main mission goals – find evidences of life in Mars –NASA’s Curiosity rover has gone into safe mode over the weekend due to a computer glitch, the mission chief scientist, John Grotzinger, said Monday.
A new technology has been developed by the Japanese electronics giant Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd, that measures the person's pulse in real time with the help of a built in camera or webcam in a PC , Smartphone or tablet.
High-speed data transmission on the principle of fiber-optics was not accelerating as fast as the raw computing power of ever smaller chips during the past years.
So called nanolasers, being invisible to the naked eye, could one day become crucial components serving in photonic chips to transfer data at lightspeed within and between chip components.
Google has agreed to pay just $7 million to US states for its Street View snooping, uncovered three years ago, which is just over what the company made an hour last year.
Humans have Google and Wikipedia, now robots have Raptuya, an online database of information that helps robots "cope" in the world of humans, according to BBC News.
Several companies have recently made strides in showcasing the power of the private sector in space exploration. One of them, DIYROCKETS which describes itself as a "global space company helping humanity establish a civilization in space by building a very low-cost open space frontier through open s...
It's 2013, but you'd be forgiven for thinking that it was perhaps 2030 after a man made headlines this week after becoming the first person to have 75 percent of his skull replaced with made-to-fit pieces that were 3D printed.
A big bottleneck of current data transfer technology, the slow speed of wireless transfers, is now in the early stage of being addressed. Researchers at Georgia Tech have drawn up blueprints for a wireless antenna made from atom-thin sheets of carbon, or graphene, that could allow terabit-per-second...
The newly created Yeti is helping researchers in polar regions avoid deadly crevasses, pits in the ice that are usually covered by snow.