Built for venture capitalist Tom Perkins, the 87.5 meter yacht sports three 57-meter tall masts.
Computer the size of a shirt button sticks on photos, documents and cards.
These images help illustrate the magnitude of the Gigapxl Project's ultra-high-resolution Portrait of America.
The space shuttle Discovery plots its course for a Monday morning landing at Cape Kennedy, Fla.
Bigelow Aerospace of Las Vegas takes its first step toward a space complex, with a successful launch of a test craft.
Japanese company unveils machines powered by Intel's dual-core Itanium 2 chip, known as Montecito.
Satellites keep watch over the earth to monitor the progress of forest fires, and can even give first responders early alerts.
Spider-Man and other Marvel characters will soon be available in Planetwide's Comic Book Creator software.
Exhibition on the application of artificial intelligence in robots is part of the jointly held 2006 National Conference on Artificial Intelligence and the 2006 Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence.
Tesla Motors showcased its upcoming Tesla Roadster to oohs and aahs this week in Santa Monica, Calif.
Philips Research and the University of Washington explore using ultrasound technology to stem internal bleeding when soldiers are injured in battle.
Here are some early screen shots of the beta version of Microsoft's long-awaited operating system.
Windows is Loading: To install Windows Vista, you need to boot from the CD. It's really a DVD with close to 3 GB of files on it.
IBM 082 SorterI'm quite old and my story in the IT world goes back ten years before this IBM 082 machine was built in 1982. This photo shows a newer version of the machine on which I started my IT career.
You name it, and there's a good chance Big Blue invented it. Here's a look at some of those inventions.