Craft workers in Japan use loupes to determine whether $100 bills are real or not.
Demonstrators in hazmat suits march against copysharing restrictions at WinHEC in Seattle.
The low-cost PC design for the masses is sooo not your average black or beige computer.
An oil company sponsoring an event to reduce fuel consumption? The Shell Eco-marathon's been around for 50 years.
Researchers at Honda use an MRI machine to relay signals from a person's brain to a waiting and willing robotic hand.
Nintendo says the price of the Wii game system will be under $250--putting the heat on Xbox 360 and PS3.
The South Korean company shows off its hybrid hard drive, plus a solid state hard drive, at the Microsoft confab.
Canon has joined the ranks of camera companies that are going strictly digital. Here's a last look at a few classic film cameras.
Guitars, gaming and geekery pull in attendees at Microsoft's hardware confab in Seattle.
The eruption of an underwater volcano in the Mariana Arc, south of Guam, is captured on film by a team of researchers.
Senate Commerce Committee holds hearing on whether or not to enact stiff "Net neutrality" regulations targeting broadband providers.
Software looks at ways video games and urban planning can take advantage of computational power.
CNET News.com becomes the envy of every Lego geek as we get the chance to hang out behind the scenes at Legoland California.
Map-based Web site offers tips on earth-friendly places to visit in the U.S. this summer.
Car promoting Microsoft's officially launched security suite will compete in a Nascar contest.