Aiming for big and medium-size businesses, Vonage unveils the V-Phone, a device designed to turn a PC into an Internet phone.
Geeks with guitars go head-to-head at a music event designed to help an online company recruit programmers.
A low-flying JAL aircraft makes a surprise appearance over a two-lane highway.
Minor league teams have a ways to go before they hit the tech big leagues.
Seen as a challenge to PayPal, Google Checkout offers online shoppers a simple way to pay for and track purchases.
Tempe, Ariz., has installed a border-to-border wireless network, but it's not without some wrinkles.
Browser's third beta release includes some feature changes in addition to fixes to reliability, compatibility and security.
Tiny GEM no-emission cars will take the place of stretch limos at the upcoming G8 Summit.
Inexpensive electric power has helped attract technology companies such as Google to the region around The Dalles, Ore.
The LifeBook T4210, a Fujitsu T4000-series tablet PC, is required gear for engineering students at Virginia Tech.
Boats powered by solar energy are faced with a 136 mile course and the dreaded "Hell of the North."
See what's hot in the birthplace of most music players. It's worth noting: The iPod is not No. 1.
CodeWeavers uses open-source Wine compatibility to get Microsoft Windows programs to run on a Mac.
Winners of Microsoft's first photography competition, part of wider effort to reach out to digital-photo fans.
Some owners of white MacBooks have noticed mystery stains appearing on the wrist rests and other frequently touched areas of their devices.