New "floating" robotic cranes can handle formerly difficult and expensive aircraft-maintenance tasks much more quickly and safely.
BMC bikes ridden by Phonak in the Tour de France have nanomaterial in their frames.
Thousands gather in San Francisco's Dolores Park to watch the final match on a 9-by-13-foot LED screen.
Astronauts test out a new arm and check NASA's space shuttle Discovery for possible damage during launch.
From a Dolce&Gabbana designer phone to mod-looking iPod cases and laptop sleeves, girls have plenty of stylish gadgets to choose from.
Prosthetics have evolved from devices that use simple mechanics to complex, computerized machines that respond to sensors attached to the body.
Like with a bad movie that achieves cult status because it's just that bad, we love to hate something about these unlucky products and downloadable duds from the past three months.
A device that adds GPR features to a standard metal detector is the latest tech advance in the search for buried explosives.
Massive flat-panel television measures about 7.8 by 4.5 feet and weighs a mammoth 474 pounds.
Sun's x86 overhaul continues with the launch of three significant new Opteron servers. Here's a look at them.
review A new breed of portable speakers sound a lot better than the tinny models you might remember from the Walkman days.
The Big Green Bus from Dartmouth College runs on vegetable oil from deep fat fryers.
An open-source design in a world of proprietary fonts, DejaVu is catching on for some flavors of Linux.
New canvas and rubber case is reminiscent of Converse's Chuck Taylor shoes.
The virtual world now has a ballpark that's seen the best swings Major League Baseball has to offer--with more likely to follow.