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Maker Faire, a weekend do-it-yourself-o-rama, attracts hundreds of exhibitors to San Mateo Fairgrounds.
Take a peek at screenshots of Microsoft's homegrown ad-delivery system.
The Cool Products Expo at Stanford showcases novel products from a solar car to a high-tech sled.
These solar start-ups use different techniques to capture the power of the sun.
Connections: The Digital Home Conference and Showcase takes a look at high-tech lifestyles.
Not all companies showing at E3 have compensated for the new booth babe rules requiring women to cover their midsections.
Triptych monitors and multibiometric logins are among new technologies featured at the Center for Information Work (CIW).
At E3, new devices add mobility and excitement to the next generation of games.
At the European Shell Eco-marathon, it's the best fuel efficiency that wins the race.
The search giant, known for its employee perks, officially opens the doors on its Oz outpost in Sydney.
Now turning 50, the lab has produced Nobel Prize-winning technical breakthroughs, including the scanning tunneling microscope.
Google and Microsoft work to reduce energy use and promote sustainability as product battle heats up.
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