Microsoft has tweaked how the next Windows OS will display its rating of a PC's performance. Here's how it used to look.
Syneron, which owes a heavy debt to the military, makes medical gear to combat cellulite and wrinkles.
Prosthetics have evolved from devices that use simple mechanics to complex, computerized machines that respond to sensors attached to the body.
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New "floating" robotic cranes can handle formerly difficult and expensive aircraft-maintenance tasks much more quickly and safely.
Astronauts test out a new arm and check NASA's space shuttle Discovery for possible damage during launch.
A device that adds GPR features to a standard metal detector is the latest tech advance in the search for buried explosives.
Massive flat-panel television measures about 7.8 by 4.5 feet and weighs a mammoth 474 pounds.
New canvas and rubber case is reminiscent of Converse's Chuck Taylor shoes.
The virtual world now has a ballpark that's seen the best swings Major League Baseball has to offer--with more likely to follow.
Northrop Grumman unveils the Skyguard, a laser weapon system it says can create a shield to ward off missile attacks.
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts take three space walks to upgrade the space station and test emergency repairs.
European Space Agency says Galileo navigation satellites will be five times more accurate than United States' system.
Attendees at Semicon West 2006 were in for a treat with a ride on the Segway Human Transporter.
Toyota's fuel cell hybrid vehicle, based on the Highlander SUV, is just one of the models that the carmaker plans to introduce between 2010 and 2012.