With the launch this week of Truveo, the competition between providers of a new Web service--video search--is heating up.
China is becoming a huge market for Web search tools. But cultural, political, and aesthetic differences mean that Western search conventions and business models don't necessarily apply.
How high-tech companies and Web surfers are using technology to help people find victims of Hurricane Katrina and to assist public safety officials and rescue workers in communicating
MIT photographer Felice Frankel has been teaching the importance of images to an unlikely crowd: scientists.
Sensicore is using lab-on-a-chip technology to test water quality rapidly.
A study that used a computer mouse in language experiments may have implications for fields as seemingly diverse as cognitive theory and website design.
As rumors heat up around Apple's launch of a video iPod, here's a look at how it could create a new mass medium: video podcasting.
Rapport Inc. might just have the leadership to succeed in selling its "parallel computer on a chip" in the mobile devices market.
Microsoft's new security subscription service, released in consumer beta, could shake up the anti-virus and anti-spyware market -- if consumers buy the idea of MS as a security vendor.
A research project out of the BBC has digital video recorder fans all abuzz.