From concept notebooks to scooters, see the goods from the day one of Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
The Aeroscraft concept vehicle could ferry passengers across continents and oceans by 2010.
Sun Labs develops a system that includes three Java-programmable wireless devices.
In Stockholm, Sweden, drivers have been testing an IBM system of radio frequency transponders and roadside cameras.
Fans create mashup Web sites that dig into the arcana of their favorite TV shows, movies and celebrities.
British soccer star Ashley Cole is apparently taking Google to task over why his name is linked to the word "gay" in searches.
Models of crew exploration capsules go through the ringer at NASA's Ames Research Center.
Led by a 16-cylinder, 1,001 horsepower Bugatti, carmakers show off vehicles that we only dream about.
Lego's Mindstorms NXT may look like a kid's toy, but it's actually a robot development kit.
Web site Veoh lets film freaks post old, public-domain movies online.
A photo of three Intel quad-core processors--due in 2007--indicate that they all are packages combining two dual-core chips. Hewlett-Packard and IBM have taken a similar packaging approach to fit multiple processors into a single socket.
The first-ever gravity survey of the entire Antarctic ice sheet shows its mass has decreased significantly from 2002 to 2005.
A sneak peek at ultramobile PCs, examples of hardware that will ship as part of Microsoft's Origami Project.
Hello, my TV. An Intel demo guy speaks into his remote.
BenQ Mobile moved quickly to roll out new handsets after it took over Siemens' mobile phone business.
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