Sony's PlayStation 3, beset by problems, could make Microsoft's Xbox 360 the console of the future.
Social news aggregator Digg.com was able to spotlight Donald Rumsfeld's resignation faster than machine-operated Google News.
There are no hanging chads or Supreme Court challenges looming (yet). But the nation isn't satisfied with electronic voting machines.
As the U.S. Air Force develops a cyberspace command and the intelligence community launches a Wiki, privacy rights may suffer.
An efficient way to produce hydrogen and synthetic fuels from soy oil and sugar water.
Media companies continue to cling tightly to their copyrights, but ever so slowly, users are being invited to play.
Acer is offering a connected PC-smart phone environment, while NTT DoCoMo unveils a new security system for the mobile environment.
Television programming and user-created media have found a home--and a business model--on the Web.
Google's new tool, which lets anyone build a specialized search engine, could be the key to advancing Web search.
Election season is upon us, and technology is making it much easier to stay informed.