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Hoping to take a bite out of Apple Computer's iPod bounty, Creative Technologies began seeding orders for its next-generation music and video player.
Industrial robot finds a second life as an amusement park ride--and you get to choose how you spin.
Apple Computer, the company that helped popularize the mouse, gives more powers to its newest device, Mighty Mouse.
This piece of paper has been soaking in water since June 29. You can still write on it.
Bad weather over Cape Canaveral caused the shuttle Discovery to delay its return flight to Earth.
A torn thermal blanket was subjected to a supersonic wind tunnel to simulate what might happen during Space Shuttle Discovery's return to Earth.
Students returning to school this fall may have a new item on their list of supplies--a handheld clicker.
Oracle President Charles Phillips blesses Linux as part of Oracle's stack at LinuxWorld.
Multiple hard drives in a PC aren't the norm but they're becoming not so rare either.
The Mars Global Surveyor should reach the Red Planet in about seven months. It will scan the surface for water.
AOL says it has recovered about $100,000 in cash and gold bars from a spammer--and is giving it away.
Here's the only place on the Microsoft campus where stuffed penguins are welcome.
A 2.4GHz grid antenna was used to transmit data from the Sawtelle Mountain (elevation: 9,900 feet) in Idaho to Scout Mountain (8700 feet).
Aspen Aerogels makes materials designed to be not only lightweight but also capable of withstanding extreme cold and heat.