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Stories by Computerworld Staff
iPhone users boarding Virgin Australia domestic flights will be able to show their smartphone, rather than printing out a ticket, with the launch of SMS mobile boarding passes.
Scientists may be preparing to announce Wednesday that they've found proof that the God particle, considered a key to understanding the great mysteries of the universe, exists.
A new cyber-attack alert system could help create better data security systems.
Computer scientists at the University of Hertfordshire, UK, are working on a robot that can be taught a human language. The researchers have developed a robot capable of learning simple words from conversations with humans.
Scientists have developed a new device that could help harness the enormous amounts of energy wasted in the form of heat.
Researchers at the University of Southern California's Viterbi School of Engineering want to give robots the ability to feel.
Hitachi and Fujitsu have developed palm-vein scanner technology that could make ATMs more secure.
MIT scientists and the Draper Laboratory are working to build aircrafts designed with failure as the guiding principle for making them safer and more durable.
Researchers are studying Mexican jumping beans for robot design inspiration. The Mexican jumping beans have traditionally been thought to move in random jumping motions.
Researchers from Canada have unveiled a two-way wireless technology breakthrough that allows wireless signals to be sent and received both ways simultaneously on a single radio channel frequency.
MIT researchers are developing robots that could work side by side with humans in factory production lines.
Samsung has bolstered its near field communication (NFC) technology with the release of an innovative NFC enabled sticker.
Garment factory workers may soon lose their jobs if a project by DARPA succeeds. The US-based Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) wants robots to produce garments with zero direct human labour.
MIT has showcased its tether glove that lets users grab and move virtual objects through gestures.