An MIT chemical engineer explains why new technologies could finally make "heat mining" practical nearly anywhere on earth.
Scientists are studying a hormone, ghrelin, which seems to play a role in hunger and weight gain.
While the Linux-based $100 laptop project continues to gain traction, Microsoft unveiled a mobile PC prototype.
The country-rock musician removed his music from MySpace, citing concerns over the End-User License Agreement (EULA) and Rupert Murdoch's financial stake.
A new kind of therapy is being developed to train drinkers not to focus on the bottle.
Oil-eating bacteria offer new hope for bioremediation.
Mobile broadband, Web services, and user-created content were the trends on tap at the third annual AlwaysOn technology summit at Stanford.
New drugs that target the brain's nicotine receptors, without the addictiveness of cigarettes, might help memory impairment in Alzheimer's disease and schizophrenia.
A two-part kit lets some Nike shoes talk to Apple iPods. Will it spur a range of consumer applications for wireless sensors?
Semiconducting fiber webs could transform the way we make images.