The hardware thoroughbreds of the computing world will get an airing at the Seattle supercomputing conference this week.
Microsoft unveils a beta version of Windows Live Local, which gives a 45-degree bird's-eye view of major landmarks.
Intel rallies high-end server makers to the chip's cause at IDF.
Spirit and Opportunity mark a first anniversary on the red planet--well past their original 90-day life expectancy.
Google launches a test version of a public transit trip planner called Google Transit.
Tech companies are testing new products to help the aging population maintain its independence.
Honda's humanoid robot, Asimo, now can handle simple office tasks.
The Spiridellis brothers' latest satire takes a look back at a trying year for George Bush.
Electrical engineer John Parkinson's answer to the illogic of the QWERTY keyboard.
NASA's Stardust space capsule, loaded with captured comet dust, is expected to make a grand return to Earth.
The latest versions of notebook computers for users on a budget have added speed and style.
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Concept cars range from a high-speed Bugatti to a three-wheeler from VW and a snowboarder's dream from Suzuki.
A design contest at the Greater LA Auto Show brings out the best--or is it the weirdest?--in vehicular imagination.
Concept cars aren't just about speed and slick lines. Alternative energy sources matter, too.