DARPA and Carnegie Mellon University unveil Crusher--a new vehicle in the growing military fleet of robots on wheels.
Thousands of immigrant rights supporters in San Francisco join their counterparts nationwide in a one-day protest.
Research into antisatellite laser weaponry is being conducted at the Starfire government observatory in New Mexico.
Nokia's newly released business phone is designed to compete directly with Research In Motion's BlackBerry.
The Dell founder and chairman urges WCIT attendees to invest in broadband and IT at home and at work.
A Fender Telecaster gets an implant designed to marry guitar licks with the features of a high-powered tablet PC.
Take a peek inside Ju Ju's and Mac's to spy on the secret world of vintage pinball.
Microsoft chairman and Def Jam Recordings CEO among highlights of MSN's Strategic Account Summit in Redmond, Wash.
A gigantic storm has been brewing on Jupiter for the past decade--and it recently turned red.
CNET reporter Elinor Mills experiments with various Web-based calendar applications.
Performance artist David Blaine lived underwater in an acrylic sphere for a week and then attempted and failed to break the underwater breath-holding record.
Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy warns of growing electronic surveillance during a speech at the Computers, Freedom and Privacy conference in Washington.
It's a bizarro world version of Nascar when belt sanders and chain saws burn rubber.
Do you feel insecure about your spelling prowess? After this typo, maybe Microsoft should, too.
The security company's CEO John Thompson talks strategy to customers at annual get-together.