Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Kresge Auditorium -- the site of MIT's Emerging Technology Conference -- on a clear, crisp, cool morning just before the September 2005 edition of the event.
New XPS laptops, PCs and other consumer products are designed to appeal to the techno jet set.
The European Space Agency has named two potential targets for its asteroid-diverting program.
SanDisk's new TrustedFlash compact flash cards has copyright protection built in.
MIT has developed a $100 windup-powered laptop targeted at children in developing nations.
MIT president Susan Hockfield kicks things off on Day 2 of MIT's September 2005 Emerging Technologies Conference.
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There are plenty of high-tech devices to be added to a good disaster survival kit.
New software installed in Aibo, Sony's canine contraption, enables him to recognize certain words in Spanish.
AOL CEO Jonathan Miller explains to Web 2.0 host John Battelle why the company changed its official name and responds to questions about making a deal with Microsoft.
Sun CEO Scott McNealy joins Google CEO Eric Schmidt on stage to announce their partnership
Unknown, remote attackers accessed the server hosting the Firefox marketing Web site exploiting an unpatched flaw.
Dell's E510n PC comes with no operating sysstem installed and is geared for customers who want to use open-source software such as Linux.
A $2 million prize awaits the winner of DARPA's desert contest for unmanned vehicles.
NASA is developing a number of robots designed to assist astronauts with tasks too tedious--or dangerous--for humans.
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