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The Real ID Act, which just needs to be signed by President Bush, would require states to meet federal standards for electronically readable driver's licenses.
Scientists at Cornell University have created small robots that can build copies of themselves.
Microsoft hopes that user familiarity with Windows will overcome the gap behind Yahoo and Google.
No more speculation needed, game fans. Microsoft is officially showing off the Xbox 360.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Sun CEO Scott McNealy review their compan's partnership.
Gartner CEO Gene Hall welcomes the crowd of 3,000 IT executives to the Symposium/ITxpo in San Francisco. [See full coverage.
Netscape's new browser tries to mix the best features of Firefox and Internet Explorer in one package.
The company released eagerly anticipated details about the console. The device will reach store shelves in spring 2006.
Nintendo's going small with its next-gen game console, Revolution. It's even smaller with its 2-by-4 inch Game Boy Micro.
Technology conference dares to "predict things and judge outcomes" in a complicated world.
UK-based start-up Elektex promotes electric clothes, backpacks and a keyboard that will fold up to take anywhere.
Company's 770 Internet Tablet has a 4-inch horizontal touch screen with zoom and an on-screen keyboard.
The Homeland Security Department is looking to employ scanning systems in airports that can get quite personal.