An MIT startup is hoping to make titanium much more affordable. The benefit: lighter, more fuel-efficient planes.
Hardware manufacturers are staving off storage limits by making bits stand rather than recline.
Sir Howard Stringer admits that hiding copy-protection software on Sony BMG CDs using a rootkit was "a mistake."
Independent scientists and technologists review biogerontologist Aubrey de Grey's anti-aging proposals.
A new way to create complex nanostructures will improve batteries and solar panels.
Those on calorie-restricted diets are less prone to heart disease and diabetes, says Washington U. researcher John Holloszy.
Hybrid trucks and buses could significantly cut U.S. fuel consumption, but initial high costs are holding them back.
Say good-bye to 500 cable channels -- the Internet has thousands of video producers. But is there anything on?
Scientists are synthetically engineering E. coli that can target and kill cancer cells.
The creator of the most popular e-mail encryption program has a new application for Voice-over-Internet-Protocol phone calls.