Testing gets under way a full year before the event opens, with 500 worst-case scenarios to be rehearsed.
Researchers get atoms to pair up and swap positions, which could be the key to making quantum computing a reality.
Some teachers think that the new devices mean the difference between students being engaged and dozing off during class.
In Baltimore, a county moves to eradicate Macs from its schools, including graphic design and multimedia classes. Is there no place to think different?
At NSF-sponsored panel, scientific debate over what the textbook of the future might look like and how soon we'll get there.
MSNBC reports on the rise of online games at the expense of shrink-wrapped ones. Traditional shrink-wrapped PC games in the US retail market are on the decline, falling to $953 mln in 2005, a 36% drop from $1.