Thermal diodes can make this possible.
Scientists from Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences designed the world's smallest radio receiver with parts just two atoms in size.
Artificial intelligence could make singularity a reality in 2045. Will this mean humans will be no longer needed or will they become immortal?
Computers will require tremendous energy to run by 2040.
The time is coming when everyone can use their computers with their eyes.
Researchers with the High Performance Networks (HPN) group at the University of Bristol have developed new high performance network infrastructure, which uses light to transport internet traffic and it is open and programmable.
The combination of human and computer intelligence may be just what we need to solve most of the world's problems.
It turns out that our free will may be freer than previously thought.
Scientists may have created a new tool to advance the study of mutations that lead to and fuel pediatric cancer.
A new metamaterial may speed up computers in the future.
Engineers have demonstrated the first ever processor that uses light for ultrafast communications.
Scientists have used new digital techniques to predict the structure of evolution in the lineage of Homo sapiens and Neanderthals in order to better understand what our ancient ancestor looked like.