The cell phone offers an interesting alternative to the $100 laptop; however, the economics don't add up.
Highly sensitive light detectors could enable streaming video from Mars and longer-distance quantum cryptography.
With its "Don't be evil" motto, the search giant strives to be the choirboy of corporate America. The problem: good and evil are in the eye of the beholder.
Intel has announced its next generation of chip: with more than one billion transistors.
New molecular machines could find uses in both computing and cancer treatment.
Harvard, Oxford researchers aim to create Internet defensive strategies geared to consumers.
Andrew Heafitz, an MIT instructor, is working to improve the field of humanitarian demining.
Chips based on magnetic nanoparticles could mean low-power, programmable logic.
Talk on the Internet of a "Google PC" has proved false, so far. We look at how the rumors got started -- and whether they may contain a shred of truth.
Most commercial language translation software is pretty bad -- but there may be a better way.