Duke University scientists say they've succeeded for the first time in building a truly effective invisibility cloak.
A team of British mathematicians has developed a theoretical design for a Harry Potter style ’cloaking’ device which could protect buildings from earthquakes.
Scientists have created a working cloaking device that can be switched off and on and which hides an object by creating a mirage.
A team at Cornell University has succeeded in actually building a 'temporal cloak' which makes events invisible.
University of Illinois researchers have developed an acoustic cloak, making underwater objects invisible to sonar and other ultrasound waves.
Scientists at Purdue University have developed a metamaterial consisting of fishnet-like film that could theoretically be spun into a working "invisibility" cloak.
Microsoft is poised to launch its Halo Reach multiplayer beta for the Xbox 360.