We’ve been hearing a bit more about quantum dot technology lately, and now Phillips has released the world’s first quantum dot monitor.
By using an automated design algorithm, researchers at Stanford University have built the world’s smallest and most efficient silicon based photonic wavelength splitter.
IBM has announced a breakthrough in silicon photonics technology — a 100Gb/s fully integrated set of optical components that could be used to link multiple components in a server. Bit by bit, silicon photonics is becoming a reality.
New diagnostic apps developed by researchers at the University of Washington and Oxford University can detect sleep apnea with almost the same accuracy as traditional and expensive lab tests.
How do the PS4 and Xbox One compare with each other in 2015? If you’re thinking about buying one of these two consoles–or just want ammunition for bragging rights–here’s what you need to know.