With the presidential election less than 100 days away, conflicts over high-tech voting machines remain unsettlingly unresolved.
Marketing hype aside, the best new inkjets still fall short of laser quality and speed.
In a future world of video-on-demand, the stakes in the blue-laser DVD battle may not be as high as they now seem.
From baggage to tires to beer, industry is rapidly embracing RFID as the ultimate tracking technology. Can reality match the hyped expectations?
Electric utilities are beginning to offer Internet service. But some see static in the plans.
Immigration, global capitalism, and new media technologies are opening Western markets to Indian movies and music.
Project Oxygen is turning out prototype computer systems
The sleek iPod is cruising along as the leading digital music player. But it's not going to stay that way unless Apple spiffs up the device with a better display.
When computers improved from 16 bits to 32, they became vastly more powerful and useful. But the advance to 64 bits may prove beneficial more to computer marketers than to users.
The "thin client" craze of the late 90s is coming back, as IBM seeks to combine the power of PCs with the centralized control of server-based software.