Spam Cube is one of the first antispam hardware appliances for individuals--and it requires no monthly fee.
Disney-owned animation leader is exhibiting 300 original drawings, paintings and sculptures at Science Museum.
SRI is a nonprofit that's been instrumental to the development of everything from robotic surgery to the computer mouse.
Corporate and nonprofit clients wanting to establish beachheads in the virtual world "Second Life" are fueling a D.C. start-up.
Drives linked to a network router by an Ethernet connection are finally ready for the home.
The lightweight Sony Reader, while only the size of a closed paperback, comes with a cover to mimic the board and spine of an actual book.
The new humanoid gadget from Japan's Speecys is designed to download content such as news, quizzes and commercial programming.
Microsoft shows off an upgraded version of its best-selling wireless optical mouse and two new desktop mice.
Researchers at MIT Media Lab have developed device that "reads minds" and alerts wearers to emotional state of person they're talking to.
People who've lost their vision to retinal disease may soon benefit from research into ways to stimulate optic nerves.
Nicolas Negroponte, head of The One Laptop Per Child organization, on Tuesday tells the LinuxWorld audience in Boston that the inexpensive machine will use Linux, but the operating system suffers the same code bloat as Windows.
Iran military tests small propeller-driven aircraft that flies low over water surface at up to 100 knots.
Researchers demonstrate flat lenses with focusing power that adjusts based on what the person is viewing.
Smoke at a Unisys booth sparked a visit from a fire truck at the Boston conference.
Kevin Kettler describes the mechanics of virtualization in a speech at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in Boston.