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Targeted Video Compression Brings Cell Phones to Sign Language Users
Most people use the video camera on their phone for bootlegging concert footage or recording drunken antics. But for the...
Xerox’s Fabric-Printable Circuitry Coming to Production, Heralds Electronic Clothing
If you’re like me, the lack of computing power in your T-shirt causes constant problems. Well, thanks to the guys...
Disney Sees Future of Media as Format-Independent
The entertainment giant's "Keychest" technology aims to shift media ownership beyond physical possession
Heat Can Travel Only One Way Through New Japanese Diode
Japanese researchers create a one-way thermal conductor that could lead to a new form of information processing
Wrap Your Head Around Computer Chips You Can Wrap Around Your Finger
Scientists create bendable memory chips that could lead to flexible electronics
Hackers: the China Syndrome
For years, the U.S. intelligence community worried that China’s government was attacking our cyber-infrastructure. Now one man has discovered it’s worse: It’s hundreds of thousands of everyday civilians. And they’ve only just begun
Graphics Cards Go to Work
New software harnesses video chips for more than gaming
ABCs of CES
Twenty-six things we loved, hated and just couldn't avert our eyes from at this year's Consumer Electronics Show
Letdowns at CES
A rash of long-promised products finally debut at this year's CES. Was it worth the wait?
Free Your Media, Instantly
A promising new piece of software beams your computer to the big screen in seconds, no cables necessary