Intel and Micron have announced a new class of non-volatile memory that claims to offer a breakthrough in memory chips. Known as 3D Xpoint (cross point), production of this memory has already begun and
Google’s never-ending shopping spree continues as the company tries to expand its reach anywhere possible. Their latest acquisition has just been announced and developers will be especially fond of it.
ESA’s new director general lays out his vision for an international community on the dark side of the Moon. The International Space Station has been occupied for nearly 15 years, but the astronauts' lower-Earth
Digital Displacement stands to make wind power more feasible than ever. You may never have heard of "Digital Displacement," a technology developed by a UK company called Artemis Intelligent Power. It's
There are thousands of diet plans out there with lots of different approaches to achieving the same goal: trim the fat. Are there universal truths about weight loss that we can all learn? The answer is
One of the leading thinkers in the new computing sector known as the internet of things (IoT) can’t help but look at all the flashy, expensive, feature-packed gadgets on the market today – things like
The secrets of sleep are only now coming to light. William Park surveys some of the more intriguing facts researchers have learnt about the world of slumber. The science of sleep can be fuzzy and confusing
Intel says its next-gen "Cannonlake" chips will be delayed by six months, marking the second time in a row it hasn't released a CPU on a two-year "Moore's law" cycle. Last year's 14-nanometer Broadwell
Windows 10 is coming soon, and if you want to get your hands on a physical copy, that may actually be possible. A few Amazon pages have popped up, selling Windows 10 on a flash drive — direct from Microsoft.
Apple tends to patent every one of its inventions that could possibly be used in a future product, so it can be difficult to read the tea leaves on which ones will eventually translate to product features.
"Android was probably the best decision that Google ever made — you know, years ago," Barra told Chang. "And, of course, the fruit of that will be around for many decades." Barra's comment was made in
Cult of Mac’s Photo Famous series introduces you to the groundbreaking photographers featured in Apple’s “Shot on iPhone 6” ad campaign. The thick Icelandic fog lifted and Austin Mann saw an otherworldly
Apple Pay went live in the UK earlier this week with its first international rollout since debuting in the US last October, but Apple’s iPhone- and Apple Watch-based mobile payment solution hasn’t been
Google’s self-driving cars are busily racking up miles on public streets—roughly 10,000 miles a week with humans aboard to provide safety backup, according to Chris Urmson, head of Google’s autonomous-vehicle
Windows 10, which is due out on July 29, has a tiny change you might want to know about: it automatically updates whether you want it to or not. Spotted by The Register, a change in the licensing agreement
Three Google employees have been injured in a crash involving one of the company’s self-driving cars. Google revealed the accident happened on 1 July when its car was rear-ended while stationary on a road
As clever as learning computers may be, they only have as much potential as their software. What if you don't have the know-how to program one of these smart systems yourself? That's where Microsoft Research
Android device makers collectively may reign supreme in smartphone market share, but Apple is the one that takes home almost all of the profits. In the first quarter of 2015, Apple scored a whopping 92