Today's black boxes are designed to survive the fiery temperatures and intense pressures of a crash.
Sony's latest Walkman music player is shaped like a bean to fit in the palm of your hand.
The game industry hasn't wowed people in Germany--but exhibitors at a major conference opening this week in Leipzig hope to change that.
Officers put up police tape around the site of an explosion in downtown San Francisco, which may have been caused by a transformer below the street.
The International Space Station may be decommissioned early if NASA shuttle flights continue to be delayed.
Game Boy Micro, a new mobile phone-size game console, will launch in Japan on Sept. 13 with a price tag of 12,000 yen--just under $110.
Motorola has received FCC approval to start selling the E790, a cell phone which, according to its user manual, supports a mobile version of iTunes.
Weather prevented the space shuttle Discovery from landing in Florida so it needed a little help to finish its trip.
Canon unveils several new digital cameras, including a 12.8-megapixel high-end model.
Google rolls out a beta version of its desktop search software which promises to give the user more options.
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.