Helium blimps can be raised hundreds of metres into the air to generate twice the energy of the average tower.
Business shouldn't be all business.
Here's a Bluetooth headset that works with your mobile devices, and, when you turn it around, you have a wireless keyboard.
Researchers have come up with a bipedal robot that is able to climb stairs.
A new app lets you know when the best time is for you to post on Google+.
Facebook's Timeline hasn't been popular with all users, so you have to wonder whether Microsoft's attempts to sequence even more of your life will fare any better.
IBM is set to break Moore's Law with a chip that can transfer data at speeds eight times faster than the quickest parallel optical components available today.
Volvo is set to save the world from the drivers it has spawned, with a new safety technology called Pedestrian Detection.
The truth is, we're using fewer and fewer words, and Google has the figures to show it.
A minor change in the feel of controllers could have a big impact on our gaming experiences.
Meet Cheetah, the machine that has broken the land speed record for robots with legs.
Google revolutionised contextual text advertising. Now it is trying to make it easy for more of us to switch to display ads.
There's plenty of evidence that more roads simply lead to more cars. Now, Ford has a vision that will see us make better use of the roads that we already have.
Microsoft might be onto something with IllumiShare, a way of sharing pictures and objects without being bound by the constraints of your computer screen.
Google did a pretty good job of giving us snapshots of streets around the world, but it never took its mapping project to the bottom of the ocean. The folks at the University of Sydney are now filling in that hole, so to speak.
Derek Fung, from sister site CNET Australia, takes a little look back at where we came from in "Tech Time Machine".