Pete Macomber is hoping for a little exposure after winning Mozilla's "Firefox Flicks" competition.
Times Reader harnesses the graphics power of Windows Vista to allow for better on-screen reading of the "Gray Lady."
California group tinkers with Toyota's hybrid car to let it plug into a wall socket--and get 100 miles per gallon.
In San Francisco, Samsung launches its new Origami minitablet Pc, dubbed the Q1.
Tech students in Japan load a lightweight aircraft with one pilot and lots and lots of batteries.
Listeners can play a full song five times free but must subscribe or purchase the song to hear it again.
TabletKiosk hoped to beat Samsung out of the gate with its "Eo," but had to halt most shipments because of a glitch.
A handful of readers may finally fulfill hopes of an e-paper revolution, making newspapers and books accessible anywhere.
DARPA and Carnegie Mellon University unveil Crusher--a new vehicle in the growing military fleet of robots on wheels.
Thousands of immigrant rights supporters in San Francisco join their counterparts nationwide in a one-day protest.
On day two of the auditions, team hopefuls show their stuff.
Microsoft Research's prototype software program for handset keypads is designed to let consumers conduct online queries using abbreviations.
Research into antisatellite laser weaponry is being conducted at the Starfire government observatory in New Mexico.
Nokia's newly released business phone is designed to compete directly with Research In Motion's BlackBerry.
Take a peek at screenshots of Microsoft's homegrown ad-delivery system.