Createc, Aisa's largest electronics trade show this year, featured gadgets that could find their way into your house.
NASA is developing a number of robots designed to assist astronauts with tasks too tedious--or dangerous--for humans.
Qualifying is over as the finalists prepare for the $2 million race Oct. 8 for robot-driven vehicles.
The W900 from Sony Ericsson takes calls and pictures, and makes music. It's geared for new 3G services.
The first tool hook-up in Advanced Micro Devices' Fab 36 clean room took place in December 2004. The total cost of the chip fabrication plant in Dresden, Germany, is expected to come to $2.
It was recently discovered that many printers put a code on every document it prints. Now we know what it says.
Military troops are testing RFID systems on everything from tanks to anti-tank launchers.
Flock is a Firefox-based Web browser dubbed Flock, which integrates next-generation Web technologies.
The record-setting storm makes its way northeast after pounding south Florida.
Dell's new backup technology is part of the company's revised Dimension E310 desktop and its the M140 notebook.
At the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, the Blue Gene/L and the ASC Purple prepare to show their colors.
CTO Ray Ozzie, MSN SVP David Cole, Business GM Rajesh Jha, Chief Software Architect Bill Gates.
The planned Bank of America headquarters will use "promote the health and productivity of tenants, reduce waste and assure environmental sustainability."
Among other things, San Francisco car conference features a VW prototype that runs on liquid hydrogen and pumps water vapor out of its tailpipe.
The Flybook micro laptop is a full-blown Windows XP computer complete with touch screen and stylus.