American Greg Olsen is in the middle of his $20 million dream vacation to the International Space Station.
Dell has a new PC that comes without an operating system--a match made for Linux?
The Ceatec show plays host to the two contenders for the next generation of DVD technology.
With remote-controlled sensor system, iRobot's PackBot can help soldiers find enemy shooters.
The Spread Firefox Web site was taken down after hackers gained access to the server.
Dell's latest facility--the company's third and largest plant in the U.S.--will produce the company's OptiPlex and Dimension desktop computer products for eastern parts of the nation.
Software lets students dissect virtual animals without the smell--or the mess.
The Stanford Racing Team's modified Volkswagen Touareg races ahead without hitting any obstacles.
In San Francisco, CNET News.com's Elinor Mills tests out directions given by Yahoo, Google, MSN and America Online's MapQuest.
The directions suggested heavily trafficked routes and one odd maneuver--but also included decent scenery.
Database giant pilots its red "Challenger" at this week's Fleet Week in San Francisco.
The National Air and Space Museum makes room for the first privately built craft to reach space.
Segway is licensing the technology used in its Human Transporter scooter to other companies.
Stinger Systems' "The Stinger" stun gun will shoot two cartidges up to 31 feet.
Burning Man alumni hit the streets of San Francisco to rekindle the spirit of the desert.