Stanford Racing Team is busy perfecting robotic SUV Stanley in preparation for the upcoming DARPA Grand Challenge.
Robots take to the field for five-day RoboCup 2005 competition.
Meditation may be just what the doctor ordered to help Bangalore's software professionals deal with work demands.
The military's Active Denial Technology uses a millimeter wave beam to replace bullets with less lethal heat.
Fans gather at a bookstore in San Francisco to celebrate the launch of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."
This is no mechanical bull--in the Persian Gulf states, robots are bumping human jockeys out of the saddle.
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is an important next step in fulfilling NASA's vision of space exploration and ultimately sending human explorers to Mars and beyond.
Lance Armstrong knew he couldn't win his seventh Tour de France by just pedaling, he needed the best bicycle technology, too.
Japanese electronics giant Hitachi displays the world's largest electronic paper at the company's high-tech exhibition in Tokyo on July 20.
Fujitsu has developed a wireless, shopping cart-mounted computer featuring scan-as-you-shop technology.
Solar cars raycing in the North American Solar Challenge found clouds and rain to be more of a hazard than traffic and potholes.
MSN's new Virtual Earth lets people save satellite images of favorite locations--and Google responds within hours.
"Ecce Homology," an artistic rumination on the nature of life, will be on display next week at Siggraph.
Unilever's "Sprays of her Life," a series of short films available on the Web, are the centerpiece of a new ad campaign.
Motorola debuts a thin phone with a QWERTY keyboard, and sunglasses that offer hands-free connectivity.