Mosquitoes are really on the radar
New approach may help curb malaria.
The quest to curb the spread of malaria rightly knows no bounds, and now we’re even turning to radar technology – wit...
The potential of ‘hot qubits’
Addressing a constraint to quantum computing.
Can we create warmer, cheaper and more robust quantum computing just using conventional silicon chip foundries? Ye...
Moore’s law is turning 55
Intel boss a driving force behind silicon chip technology.
It doesn’t require a background in computer science, or even a strong interest in technology, to have at least a pass...
Wine counterfeiters beware
Blockchain solution promises cure for $70 billion hangover.
Global wine counterfeiting has become a massive headache that is leaving wine producers and their multi-national supp...
New camera has more than just speed
It can capture transparent objects and even shockwaves.
Lihong Wang is not one to rest on his laurels. Barely a year after developing the world's fastest camera (capable of ...
Apps to predict your life expectancy
The question is whether you actually want to know.
When will I die? This question has endured across cultures and civilisations. It has given rise to a plethora of reli...
Want to beautify your street? Ask a computer
AI approach could help planners give urban areas a facelift.
British computer scientists have developed a system using artificial intelligence to show – with pictures – how to ma...
Internet juggernauts hard to handle
The reality of regulating Facebook, Google, Amazon et al.
Back in the 1990s – a lifetime ago in internet terms – the Spanish sociologist Manuel Castells published several book...
Algorithms making discoveries
They could even help us cut through the paperwork.
Are computers smart enough to make scientific discoveries? Research by the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Berke...
A game that really exercises the mind
Researchers link three people on a brain-to-brain network.
US computer engineers have reported creating a way for two people to help a third person solve a problem using only t...
A ‘tsunami’ on a silicon chip
Scientists create a world first for light waves.
Scientists have created a tiny tsunami of light that could be used on a silicon chip. But rather than the destruction...
The start of modern computing
The revolution kicked off in 1968, two decades before PCs.
Apple Computers launched its Macintosh in January 1984. It was, the anonymous author of the History of Computers fan ...