John Ambroseo, CEO of the self-proclaimed worldwide leader in photonics, gives CNET News.com a behind-the-scenes look at lasers.
New line of products include drives for handhelds and laptops.
Several groups are touting machines for bringing the Net to Africa, rural Asia and Latin America. Here are Intel's latest designs.
Reporter Daniel Terdiman climbs inside Howard Hughes' boondoggle, the Spruce Goose.
Opera adds BitTorrent, tabs and widgets to the latest edition of its Web browser.
Tool provides a walled-off environment for running the browser, to keep threats off the PC.
From China, the browser has caught on in Europe, and now somewhat in the United States thanks to an appearance with Microsoft at the Consumer Electronics Show.
In Israel? You might as well check out the latest in bulletproof vests and unmanned aerial vehicles.
CodeWeavers uses open-source Wine compatibility to get Microsoft Windows programs to run on a Mac.
Some owners of white MacBooks have noticed mystery stains appearing on the wrist rests and other frequently touched areas of their devices.
Company gets lion's share of revenue from software, but it's created a sizable hardware business, too.
Start-up develops sodium capsules that generate small amounts of hydrogen on the go. Plus: Make your own fuel cell at home.
Satellites keep watch over the earth to monitor the progress of forest fires, and can even give first responders early alerts.
The Commodore PET 2001 was the first fully integrated computer from Commodore. Erik Klein, vintage computer collector and Webmaster of Vintage-Computer.com, takes you inside the Commodore PET 2001.