You name it, and there's a good chance Big Blue invented it. Here's a look at some of those inventions.
The Silicon Zoo holds plenty of surprises, from tiny trains to Marvin the Martian.
Software and hardware from Carnegie Mellon could make it easier for people who speak different languages to understand each other.
Not satisfied with a candle-powered jack-o'-lantern? Neither were sometech folks at the University of Arkansas.
A new option for Ford's Super Duty F-250 trucks is a touch-screen computer with a printer and wireless broadband.
Companies from AMD to India's PicoPeta Simputers are offering computers meant for rock-bottom budgets.
Installing Linux on a home PC is easy enough. Finding a Linux-based box is the trickier part.
At the Vintage Computer Festival, which played host to the Homebrew Computer Club's 30th anniversary, a look at yesterday's computers.
Surj Patel, other independent developers say phones need to be as flexible as ordinary computers to make progress.
Blown capacitors can cause distorted video, power failures, periodic system shutdowns and more.
Site lets people post any kind of information they want for free and to provide labels to find it.
Italian start-up Zanetti Studios is marketing a printer that places magnetic sound strips on photos.
Intel and Toray Ultrasuede have designed a concept laptop that features a microfiber suede fabric.
Winners of Altoids design contest come up with impressive functions for their used tins.
First look at energy-thrifty systems based on Sun's UltraSparc T1 processor.