Metabolomics may help scientists to engineer sophisticated plant factories.
Electronic "noses" made from printed electronics could detect toxic chemicals inexpensively.
TiVo's interactive tools are the company's latest weapons in its battle with cable and satellite providers for DVR supremacy.
Biologist Aubrey de Grey still believes humans could live indefinitely -- or at least that it's worth discussing.
Forget plain old podcasting. Modcasting lets listeners assemble customized podcasts, turning them into armchair producers.
The four-gigabyte Flash storage card in Apple's iPod nano was obsolete before it hit store shelves.
With the Nov. 30 court ruling, the patent infringement suit against BlackBerry maker RIM grinds toward a sad conclusion.
Today’s Internet is like “second-class mail,” but solutions exist, says Doug Van Houweling, CEO of Internet2.
Aubrey de Grey believes we can live forever. Gerontologist Richard Miller at the University of Michigan begs to differ.
Anti-aging research is suffering from the same ailment that has long plagued nanotech: wild, fanciful claims.