Researchers have created a t-shirt that can store electricity and be used to charge mobile phones and other portable devices.
Scientists have discovered that the material graphene has the power to heal itself, opening up new possibilities for a number of future applications.
The human gait has been tuned over millions of years of evolution to be as efficient as our anatomy allows. But technology is catching up, according to scientists in the United States.
A multinational team working in Australia have discovered a middleweight black hole, the first of it's kind.
Electron holography has allowed Brookhaven scientists to observe nanomaterials at the atomic level. This discovery may pave the way for a new generation of storage devices.
The CDC has officially stated that zombies do not exist, after a string of bizarre and gruesome news stories captured the popular imagination.
The most recent expectations from last year's supercomputing events, of 100 petaflops in 2015 and 1 exaflop in 2018, seems to be too pessimistic, after all. What's enabling the sudden push?
Intel is researching computer technology that mimics the human brain so that it learns about the user over time, marking a major milestone in artificial intelligence and next-generation computing.
A new product has been unveiled that claims it will revolutionize the way you interact with your computer.
Researchers from the UK and Tokyo are imitating iron-eating microbes to create bio-computer components.
A glare free, self-cleaning, hydrophobic, non-reflective glass has been developed by researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Amazon has expanded into the supply business with the launch of AmazonSupply.com, a new online store offering parts for a wide range of industries.
The Pentagon has ordered a prototype contact lens that provides users with a wider field of vision, potentially revolutionising the way we see the world.
Scientists at Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics have engineered the first working quantum network. While the entire system is primitive, consisting of two entangled atoms that communicate using single photons, it is a big step forward into the future of computing.
Amazon's CEO, Jeff Bezos, is leading an effort to recover the engines of the Apollo 11 space rocket from the darkest depths of the ocean's floor.
Scientists have made a breakthrough in demonstrating how technology can be developed to make people or objects appear invisible to thermal-imaging devices, bringing us one step closer to science fiction-style cloaking.
Women who use mobile phones while pregnant could end up with hyperactive children, according to a recent study.
A US teenager has won the top prize of $100,000 from the Intel Science Talent Search competition for his groundbreaking research on breast cancer, which could revolutionise treatment.
A solar storm has rocked the Earth today, with the potential to cause damage and disruption to electrical systems.
Scientists have demonstrated how “twisting” radio waves can significantly increase their capacity to carry information, which could free up frequency space for more radio, television, and Wi-Fi transmissions.