MIT engineers are developing technology to study shipwrecks located kilometers beneath the surface of the oceans.
New software lets you index and search audio much faster than in the past.
There's nothing wrong with the way academia licenses its intellectual property, says Boston University's technology transfer director.
Wi-Fi might soon be the key to a new kind of convergence that joins your living room and your personal computer.
Most likely, you've never even heard of the Web's two best legal subscription-music services.
Japanese researchers may have found the secret to exploiting the world's untapped natural gas reserves.
New filmmaking technology invites the question: What should be recognized as special effects, and what's plain old good acting?
How a revolving boatlift works.
A robotic helicopter that does amazing aerial maneuvers has captured the attention of the military and the movie industry alike.
The bar code: reading between the lines.