Steve Vaught, a once 400-pound San Diego-area man, is more than halfway through his cross-country trek to lose weight and gain perspective.
Professor Colin Pillinger speaks at the Royal Institute of London during a press conference.
A division of GE sets up a prototype system at San Francisco's airport, with hopes of winning U.S. security approval.
The carmaker unveils the dB, a compact automobile that it calls a "car-shaped music player."
Shaped liked a padlock, Imation's new Micro Hard Drive aims to be both portable and powerful.
British student Alex Tew sells each of the million pixels for $1 each on his Milliondollarhomepage.com.
Using eMagin's "EyeBud" headset for the video iPod is akin to watching a 105-inch display from 12 feet away, a company official said.
Simply by visiting these sites using a vulnerable Windows PC could cause an infection, Websense says.
At CES 2006, Interactive Toy Concepts is unveiling the Micro Mosquito, designed for aerial stunts in the home or office.
Toshiba's Yoshiihide Fujii and movie executives reveal plans for HD DVD discs at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Submersibles equipped with the latest technology patrol at crushing depths and provide direct contact with new species and habitats.
Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer delivered a star-studded keynote address at CES.
CEO Larry Page takes the stage for the last keynote of CES, and comedian Robin Williams joins in.
When a tech demo goes awry, Yahoo's CEO calls on a Hollywood star to dazzle the audience.
Day three of CES 2006 brought out even more stars, along with fun, games, and other diversions.