At the European Shell Eco-marathon, it's the best fuel efficiency that wins the race.
The search giant, known for its employee perks, officially opens the doors on its Oz outpost in Sydney.
Now turning 50, the lab has produced Nobel Prize-winning technical breakthroughs, including the scanning tunneling microscope.
The Nike+iPod Sport Kit allows athletes' shoes to talk to their iPod Nanos, reporting running data and progress.
Google and Microsoft work to reduce energy use and promote sustainability as product battle heats up.
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Like the original version, the new U2 Special Edition iPod comes with the signatures of the band engraved on the back.
3D monitors, two-picture TVs and flexible screens are on view at a conference focused on futuristic displays.
Companies are creating monitors and other components that provide a simulated three-dimensional viewing experience.
With a hack saw, a glue gun and a few hours of free time, you too can build a homemade iPod boom box.
Tesla Motors showcased its upcoming Tesla Roadster to oohs and aahs this week in Santa Monica, Calif.
These images help illustrate the magnitude of the Gigapxl Project's ultra-high-resolution Portrait of America.
From bling to Ring
If not the first home computer, Ed Roberts' Altair 8800 was definitely the first successful one. Erik Klein, vintage computer collector and Webmaster of Vintage-computer.com, takes you inside the Altair 8800 as he restores one of these classic machines.