They don't have fancy 3-D graphics, but video games for handheld devices stand poised to capture a huge U.S. market. Why? Because we all have to wait.
A possible solution to the Yucca Mountain controversy.
The army grows firms that may wire the battlefield.
New drugs kill tumors from the inside out.
Isolating bits on a disk drive could shatter storage limits.
Boeing's "electronic flight bag" brings more computation to the skies.
New chemical-synthesis methods help researchers build more varied and complex drug candidates.
A "tangible interface" turns simulations into collaborations.
Big e-mail providers snap their fingers, and the masses obey, like sheep. But there's a way to reclaim control.
Windmills may finally be ready to compete with fossil-fuel generators. The technology trick: turn them backwards and put hinges on their blades.