The United Nations inspectors will not find illegal weapons in Iraq-at least, not until after the war.
Wearable computers create ad-hoc wireless communities.
Douglas Mackiernan gathered intelligence information on the Soviets' first atomic bomb.
New products move toward mobile broadband, but the grand 3G vision may still be years off.
Television's 30-second spot is lurching toward extinction. For the show to go on, the ads will go in.
Handspring's latest all-in-one is pretty cool, if you don't mind talking into a calculator.
A burgeoning hacker culture points to promise in Africa.
Automated navigation and monitoring technology keeps seniors living better-and longer.
Augmented reality technology can help make sense of unfamiliar battlegrounds.
Getting scientists to work together can resemble herding (very smart) cats. NASA hopes high-tech white boards will make it happen.