University of Utah engineers develop a wireless network that can be used to monitor the breathing rate of hospital patients.
See highlights from Maker Faire NY 2011, including crowdsourced UAVs, a Chumby add-on for any HDTV, and singing sashimi.
Tatooine might be fiction, but NASA's Kepler satellite discovers a real planet that orbits two stars.
IBM and 3M develop a circuit adhesive to create 100-layer silicon wafers that could make chips 1,000 times faster. Bloggers react by using all sorts of bad "sticky" puns in stories.
Rice University researchers develop an duplex antenna allowing devices to upload and download data on a single frequency.
RankMyHack turns hacking websites into a game by adding leaderboards and scores to those who can make the most daring hacks.
New software from Nsquare lets you seamlessly dance your data across a Windows Phone 7, Microsoft Surface, Windows 7 Slate, and a Kinect powered television.
Professional Photographer Mitchell Feinberg decides to go digital with a 8 by 10-inch digital sensor to replace his Polaroids.
IBM researchers create a 120-petabyte data storage system out of 200,000 hard drives.
Google rides their Street-View equipped tricycles into the Amazonian rainforest to document remote villages.
Gary Hudston proposes to his girlfriend with custom Portal 2 levels and official GLaDOS lines courtesy of Valve.