Fujitsu has developed a wireless, shopping cart-mounted computer featuring scan-as-you-shop technology.
Solar cars raycing in the North American Solar Challenge found clouds and rain to be more of a hazard than traffic and potholes.
MSN's new Virtual Earth lets people save satellite images of favorite locations--and Google responds within hours.
"Ecce Homology," an artistic rumination on the nature of life, will be on display next week at Siggraph.
Unilever's "Sprays of her Life," a series of short films available on the Web, are the centerpiece of a new ad campaign.
Motorola debuts a thin phone with a QWERTY keyboard, and sunglasses that offer hands-free connectivity.
The Discovery lifts off to test safety systems and dock with the International Space Station.
The Virtual Folders feature in Windows Vista allows users to view documents that share a specific criterion, such as "edited in the last week" or "containing the word 'budget.
On My AOL beta, a person can store and manage RSS feeds while getting easy access to e-mail and shopping.
The target of the space shuttle Discovery is the International Space Station to install components and deliver supplies.
The University of Michigan's car crossed the finish line to win the 2,500 mile North American Solar Challenge.
The book "A Treasure's Trove" inspired a national treasure hunt for hidden tokens, and online forums helped finders nab the prizes.
Cable companies and phone companies generally offer much faster download speeds than upload speeds for broadband consumers. Providers typically divide their offerings into two or three service tiers.
Consulting company is betting that tomorrow's households will be a lot smarter than today's.
Cameron Clapp lost part of both legs, but that doesn't stop him from competing at track and field meets.