Subsurface imaging technology from geoscientists helps soldiers determine immediate threats.
Developed by Light Tec Optical Instruments of Hyeres, France, the Solarscope is designed to allow safe viewing of sun spots and solar eclipses. The $89 "education version," shown here, has a screen big enough for several people to see at once.
Robert Moog's synthesizer innovations provided the early soundtrack for an electronic generation.
The chipmaker's latest lineup includes an array of processors intended for small and sleek systems.
Google takes on AOL, Yahoo and Microsoft with its own instant-messaging program that allows Net phone talk.
A screenshot of Windows Vista shows the operating system's more-simplified options when it comes to power management settings.
On Aug. 22, a pair of coronal mass ejections, or CMEs, blasted off the sun and headed toward Earth.
In the wake of a player's death, more football teams are looking at a pill that monitors body temperature.
The Japanese company is readying a 65-inch, high-definition plasma screen--for the Japanese market.
Military researchers are studying ways to mount laser weapons on aircraft, primarily to destroy ballistic missiles. Here, a modified Boeing 747-400 freighter undergoes flight testing.
A start-up from PayPal co-founder Max Levchin blends online photo albums with social networking.
Company's search tool tries to overcome the problem of foreign-language names that can be spelled multiple ways, among other issues.
Atilla Ekici is arrested in Turkey, under suspicion of having created both the Zotob and Mytob worms.
Daihatsu's Hijet Cargo hybrid minivan gets about 50 miles per gallon.
Windows error messages pop up on a photocopier, of all places.