A vibrating chair for game players, the Pyramat PM220 bumps and grinds to the on-screen action from just about any game console.
Putting a gift from President Bush to good use, Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi rides a Segway scooter to his office.
Sony's toddler-size Qrio robot shows off its latest new feature: a third eye.
The Census of Marine Life has researchers braving Arctic waters to find jellyfish and more.
Global Positioning System technology, less expensive yet more complex than ever before, is navigating its way into everyday usage.
A rebranded Dutch company hopes to tap the power of the PET and Commodore 64 to launch a new wave of products.
Tegrity Campus software merges handwritten note-taking with multimedia presentations.
Steve Arnold scours the wheatfields of Kansas with a homemade contraption that just might find a big rock from outer space.
Steve Vaught, a once 400-pound San Diego-area man, is more than halfway through his cross-country trek to lose weight and gain perspective.
Professor Colin Pillinger speaks at the Royal Institute of London during a press conference.
British student Alex Tew sells each of the million pixels for $1 each on his Milliondollarhomepage.com.
A division of GE sets up a prototype system at San Francisco's airport, with hopes of winning U.S. security approval.
Shaped liked a padlock, Imation's new Micro Hard Drive aims to be both portable and powerful.
The carmaker unveils the dB, a compact automobile that it calls a "car-shaped music player."
Simply by visiting these sites using a vulnerable Windows PC could cause an infection, Websense says.