Initial predictions for Intel's high-end server chip lost steam as the years passed.
Japan is still a leader in product design and innovation. Here are some new and notable gadgets.
TMZ.com, AOL's new online magazine promises inside scoops on Hollywood's hottest stars.
Doctors at Mt. Sinai Medical Center think so. They plan to issue these "smart cards" to thousands of patients next year.
SwarmSketch enlists the masses to build online artwork on topics that bubble up from the Web itself.
Geophysicists gathered for annual meeting take a satellite tour of Earth's frozen assets.
Pro basketball fans will soon be able to access footage of any play their heart desires. Here's how.
The Cocoro Meter measures the level of an enzyme found in saliva to see just how frazzled you are.
Creative Technology is out with its Zen Vision: M, a digital media player that's taking aim at Apple's popular iPod.
Ambarella says its multicore microprocessors can compress and process HD video efficiently and cheaply.
Satellite photos and images shot on the ground show the fire and smoke generated by Sunday's refinery explosion near London.
The iPod Nano may have replaced the Mini in Apple's lineup, but not in the hearts of some consumers.
Two observatories set to orbit the sun will give scientists a more complete view of the sun than ever before.
Microsoft brings its next-generation game console to the home turf of rivals Sony and Nintendo.
The Ubisoft game "King Kong" shares the roars with Peter Jackson's film interpretation.