IBM's Blue Gene/L supercomputer can perform 70.7 trillion calculations per second.
On parade at Tokyo virtual reality expo are full-color head mount displays and a mannequin that can convey various moods.
Robots that shoot are coming, but more testing needs to be done before they can roll onto the battlefield.
iRobot's newest Roomba can be set to a timer and curbed by virtual walls.
Rugged devices are designed to withstand the pressures of the bicycle path, the swimming pool and other workout venues.
The Guardrobo D1, from Sohgo Security Services, is designed to patrol office buildings. It can even put out fires.
The Washington Post prematurely posts its obituary/retirement package for Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist.
The Ergodex DX1 Input System, which is primarily aimed at game enthusiasts, lets users move their keys around in a way that suits them.
NASA tests out kinder, gentler real-life counterpart of HAL 9000 for future space missions.
Building on its success in outsourcing, India is ready to become the next technology powerhouse in Asia.
Art, technology and politics intersected in San Francisco as big names from each world feted the new home of "Star Wars" director George Lucas.
Every 20GB or 60GB iPod now features a full-color display.
Google Earth begins with a satellite view of the world. You can control the globe with your mouse.
Web marketing company 180Solutions is pushing this message out to people who have 180search Assistant installed on their computer to inform them that the ad-serving software is there.
A new robot successfully assisted a N.Y. surgical team by handing and retrieving instruments during a procedure.