Scientists hope common fruit flies will help them understand how human immune systems are affected in space.
PCBC 2006, a homebuilding trade show taking place this week in San Francisco, showcases gadgets that may be found in the homes of the future.
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Seattle's version of the Burning Man festival might not have desert heat, but the fire performers did show up.
Next year, the tech giant and mouse maker plans to sell a 360-degree Web camera called "the RoundTable."
Tool provides a walled-off environment for running the browser, to keep threats off the PC.
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In Israel? You might as well check out the latest in bulletproof vests and unmanned aerial vehicles.
DaimlerChrysler plans to sell the successor to its itsy-bitsy Smart ForTwo car in the United States in 2008.
Stardoll.com lets you play dress-up with celebrities from Madonna to Brad Pitt.
Gary Forsee takes the stage at the Wireless Leadership Summit in New York to talk about 4G wireless.
Competitors in the Imagine Cup contest for student inventors show their projects to the Microsoft chairman.
Aiming for big and medium-size businesses, Vonage unveils the V-Phone, a device designed to turn a PC into an Internet phone.
Geeks with guitars go head-to-head at a music event designed to help an online company recruit programmers.
A low-flying JAL aircraft makes a surprise appearance over a two-lane highway.
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