The world's largest automaker is not exactly an obvious place to look for Internet innovations. But GM's recent high-tech conversion may surprise you.
Welcome to the workspace of Dean Kamen, one of the world's most prolific inventors. On a tour of his lab, Kamen explains how he comes up with tomorrow's brilliant ideas.
How one tragedy ignited the Chinese government's simmering fears of youth culture and the Internet.
With eBay's purchase, online payment technology comes of age.
Instant messaging products are everywhere, but the proliferation is turning the Internet into a tower of Babel. New technologies that promise interoperability are trying to change that.
The MIT Media Lab's Neil Gershenfeld tours the building of the future, where interchangeable power sockets, switches and appliances snap into the walls--then plug into the Internet.
Why video games need the protection of the First Amendment.
An old radio technology learns some new tricks.
A U.S. shield against foreign spam and hackers: national security or censorship?
The Joint Strike Fighter may be the most complicated manufacturing effort ever. How will they do it? With IT, and lots of it.