Not satisfied with a trip to the Poconos? You might want to consider what Space Adventures is selling.
Many heavy-duty PC users are taking matters into their own hands when it comes to hard disk drives and storage.
At confab, representatives of Google, Hewlett-Packard and Oracle offer their take on all things open-source.
Despite nagging questions about safety, shuttle Atlantis prepared for the next flight, its 27th.
Server-based game machines will look very much like traditional slot machines but they'll have a digital screen instead of internal rotors and machinery.
TiVo has confirmed that it has struck a deal to give users access to Independent Film Channel shows for downloading via the Internet.
This is one place on the Microsoft campus where it's OK to put penguins on your shelf.
Stirling Energy Systems uses a 19th-century technology to address 21st-century demand for solar power.
"Valiant" shows that producers don't have to spend $100 million to produce a modern computer-animated film.
The Army's Rapid Equipping Force is focusing on devices such as surveillance systems for searching out explosives.
At an air show outside Moscow, the Russian aerospace industry shows off a snub-nosed spacecraft.
Scientists hope to use a new mathematical technique to detect toxic algae in the ocean before infected shellfish can make people sick.
Logitech announced yet another batch of mouse-and-keyboard combinations to whet the appetite of consumers who are looking for more than basic black or tan designs.
Aspen Aerogels makes materials designed to be not only lightweight but also capable of withstanding extreme cold and heat.
If there's a hurricane brewing, NASA knows about it--and has plenty to offer for weather watchers on Earth. The space agency's Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite can show hurricanes in color and three dimensions.