A new e-mail-forwarding service lets you put a price on inbox access.
Nokia researchers are working on a system that allows physical objects to be identified and connected to the Internet through mobile-phone screens.
One startup is scaling up experimental techniques to demonstrate the commercial potential of cellulosic ethanol.
Computer programmers use statistics to convert Arabic and Mandarin Chinese texts into English.
A new website lets people search for hard-to-describe items by using pictures instead of words.
Nokia's head of R&D discusses technology that could shape the look, feel, and function of mobile devices in the next few years.
Publishers are tapping into a young audience by sending books to cell phones and flashing the text before users' eyes--one word at a time.
Supermarkets could soon turn to monitoring technology to make us buy more stuff.
Updated and improved, Firefox remains excellent but breaks little new ground.
The world's most advanced Internet backbone is not only 10 times fatter--it also pushes the envelope on reliability