Software toolkits and cheap hardware have led to the comeback of the garage startup. But this time the boom is more rational.
Voice biometrics is poised to add more security to phone-based transactions in Europe.
Intel is making computers specifically designed for users in poor countries. Will anyone want them?
New technology has almost twice the storage density of a magnetic hard drive.
Altair Nanotechnologies plans to road test an advanced electric vehicle prototype.
Author and Pentagon advisor John Arquilla believes that today's big weapons systems are wrong for modern battle.
Why the eBay Supreme Court case matters so much.
Eric Dishman has an Rx for America's health-care problems.
Large and small science projects have been delayed or canceled as NASA reallocates funds to manned space flight.
Nokia is testing a new antenna that could send a narrow beam to a cell phone, improving next-generation cellular service.