San Franciscans gather downtown to mark the 100th anniversary of the great earthquake of 1906.
NASA creates a 3D simulation of two black holes merging.
Fujitsu executives show off a new notebook and a prototype of the company's e-paper technology.
A bunch of earthquake fanatics explores the streets, facades, basements and rooftops of downtown San Francisco.
China President Hu Jintao pays a visit to Microsoft's headquarters to meet execs and get a look at new technology.
Compare these: A touch-screen keyboard described in an Apple patent and Microsoft's Origami keypad.
NASA features images--both new and old--in honor of the Hubble Space Telescope's 16 years in space.
This sound system allows you to play music stored on your computer in different rooms--and control it all with a remote.
Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of Public Security created two anime-style cartoon Internet police mascots "to intimidate."
Prototype commuter car from Europe could be just the thing for tight spaces and high gas prices.
A two-legged robot being developed by Japanese scientists could one day carry the elderly and handicapped up stairs or inclines.
Scientists have found black holes to be the most efficient "engines" in the universe.
IBM, British magazine The Economist release their annual "e-readiness rankings" of 68 countries, topped by Denmark.
Aviation companies are looking to small planes to bring down the cost of air taxi service and corporate jet ownership.
NAB conference showcases latest broadcasting tech, including a tiny, remote-controlled chopper for filmmakers and photographers.
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