Between panel discussions and online offerings, technology is in the spotlight at the Sundance Film Festival, which runs through Sunday in Utah.
Moore's Law is on track, says Intel, and it shows a clutch of 45-nanometer chips to prove it.
Every year, there's at least one movie at the Sundance Film Festival that you can't stop thinking about.
Furry little forecaster Punxsutawney Phil emerges from his burrow with a winter weather prediction.
Here's a peek at the 2006 Winter Olympic venues, sans the 1 million spectators expected to descend upon the host city of Turin, Italy, next week.
The research facility plans to install Gatling machine guns to protect itself from terrorist attacks.
Molleindustria's McDonald's game puts your cow-slaughtering skills to the test.
As the costs of automation fall, remote-controlled homes are getting more common.
The woman who received an unprecedented partial face transplant makes her first public appearance since the surgery.
IBM's chip can deliver 600 megabits per second of data, allowing it to deliver fat files over short distances.
A bicoastal rivalry between rap factions erupts in widespread parody and a battle for comic cred on the Net.
A box with an arrow points to the IE search bar and states "make Google your search engine in Internet Explorer."
Some of the world's best surfers battle it out at the renowned big-wave competition.
Scientists stumble upon dozens of new species of frogs, butterflies and plants in the mountains of a remote province in Indonesia.
Yahoo has sent this survey to a random sampling representing about 5 percent of its Yahoo Mail users.