A new type of high-electron mobility transistor has been developed at the University of Delaware -- and it could help change wireless communications.
The University of Cincinnati is leading a bold new initiative for cybersecurity.
NICT has successfully demonstrated the first network node capable of operating at 1 petabit per second.
Scientists from the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology in Russia have created a new strategy that could help improve interactions between robotic swarms and their human counterparts.
Researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have successfully created a synthetic Hall effect, one of the most well-known electromagnetic effects found in physics, to achieve one-way radio transmission.
Scientists from the NIST have successfully demonstrated a sensor that relies on atoms to receive communication signals.
Researchers from the University of Sydney Nano Institute have taken the feedback from optical fibers and adapted it into a new breed of integrated circuits.
Scientists from RMIT University have successfully developed a new type of electronic chip capable of imitating how the human brain stores information.
Scientists from the University of California Irvine are working on a wireless transceiver that they hope will take wireless communication to the next level.
Amazon is making moves to create a nationwide broadband network, and has filed an application with the FCC.