Japan hopes to bring its first exascale computer online by 2020.
Disney Just Figured Out Virtual Textures, Letting You ‘Feel’ Bumps and Ridges on a Touchscreen
“Touch the wheel. How does it feel?”
How ‘Angel’ Investors Made NakedWines.com Successful
A winery that acts like a tech startup uses grapes instead of silicon or software to deliver its goods.
Tesla Stock Plummets After Model S Catches On Fire — So Are Lithium-Ion Batteries Safe?
In a word, yes.
The Carbon Nanotube Breakthrough Moore’s Law Needs to Survive? We’ll See.
Imagine processors made of carbon tubes nearly as small as atoms.
First Responders, You Can Buy That JetPack You’ve Always Wanted Next Year
The world’s “first practical jetpack” is expected to launch in 2014.
From the Future: Wireless Devices that Don’t Require Batteries
The devices use existing radio signals to communicate without a wired power source.
We Need a Moratorium on ‘Brain-Like’ Tech Stories
Brain research needs more skepticism, not less.
What If Your Piano’s Keys Supported Multitouch and Gesture Control?
It’s more than mere aftertouch.
Sensory, Light-Up Skin and the Dawn of Touchy-Feely Robots
Interactive e-skin can detect pressure changes
Your Future Brain-Machine Implant: Ultrasonic Neural Dust
Imagine thousands of particle-sized CMOS chips living in your brain.
Logic Pro X Tiptoes Out of Cupertino for a Quiet Launch
You’d expect more pageantry when one of the most sophisticated digital audio workstations on the planet emerges from hiding completely remade.