Itronix helps carmaker create a semi-military-grade computer complete with a Hummer logo.
Government and private organizations have plenty to clean up in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
The new Nikon P1, due in stores on Sept. 15, is an iPod-size, 8-megapixel camera dressed in brushed-metal black, with a list price of $550.
Prices for digital televisions are expected to fall soon thanks to improved technology and less expensive components.
Mazda plans to unveil its Sassou concept car this month at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
A pool-monitoring system in Wales spots a motionless child underwater and pages the lifeguard.
Satellite imagery shows the extent of the flooding in the city caused by Hurricane Katrina.
With an eye on handheld consumer appliances, Hitachi is expected to announce that it has created the smallest drive on the market.
Pictures from DirectNIC's headquarters show building engulfed in flames, though people hold onto hope as water is delivered.
The first two members of the Galaxy family, developed by hardware guru Andy Bechtolsheim, are expected to be called the Sun Fire X4100 and X4200 (top). The servers are due Sept.
Buyers and sellers flock to the online giant, searching for items once only found by scouring antique shows and swap meets.
A plastic tube and a fluorescent light could turn out to be two crucial components for getting drinking water back in New Orleans.
The rover Spirit serves up images depicting a sweeping orange landscape from the top of "Columbia Hills."
Venus, Jupiter and Earth's moon Tuesday night will align to "knock your socks off."
Philips Polymer Vision has a 5-inch screen that puts a high-tech twist on the medieval scroll.