A team of researchers from the University of California, Riverside Bourns College of Engineering and Russian Academy of Science have demonstrated a new type of holographic memory device that could provide unprecedented data storage capacity and data processing capabilities in electronic devices.
The Federal Aviation Administration is believed to be re-examining the rules which prohibit the use of electronic devices during takeoff and landing.
Georgia Tech Research Institute researchers are working on a new material to help cool the microelectronics in defense systems.
Microsoft has announced a bipolar battery design that can be easily installed in electronic devices.
Scientists at the University of South Florida (USF) have created an anomaly that could allow graphene to eventually replace silicon as the primary material in electronic devices.
Microsoft and PrimeSense have confirmed the latter company’s involvement in developing 3D-sensing technology for use in Project Natal.