A topography of nation-by-nation inventive prowess.
One prolific inventor offers tips on how to ensure that your inventions have their day in the sun.
Michael Moritz shares insights-from Yahoo!, PayPal, and now Google-about how the Web really works.
Google reigns supreme as the search engine of choice-but for how long? A pack of startups-and Microsoft-are developing technologies to find what you want, faster.
The R&D spending of 300 top technology companies.
The flow of innovations is as strong as ever, but the U.S. is slipping in its ability to commercialize them.
Machines that create products directly from digital files can save hours of painstaking human labor, compress production schedules, and eliminate costly overstock.
Jeffrey Immelt, a former salesman now chairman and CEO of General Electric, tells why he has a "hot button" on technological innovation-and why he's beefing up R&D in nanotechnology, molecular imaging, hydrogen power, and more.
Government efforts to keep science and technology out of terrorist hands conjure images of the Cold War. But it's biomedical researchers in the United States who could be frozen out.
Technology makers are tamperproofing products to make them secure and prevent pirating-and are stifling innovation in the process.