In one federal court in East Texas, plaintiffs have such an easy time winning patent-infringement lawsuits against big-tech companies.
Web surfing has been, from its beginning, an open digital road. However, Congress may soon build roadblocks to some content.
The world's largest chip manufacturer is hiring, but the resumes it wants might surprise you.
A biotech startup says its genetic engineering method could turn plants into cheap ethanol producers within five years.
Helen Greiner of iRobot talks about how the company's Roomba vacuum cleaner succeeded -- and why they don't have competitors.
RFID tags could greatly increase port security by tracking international cargo -- but no one wants to pay for them.
With GE’s new plastic, self-washing buildings, cheap diagnostic chips, and free-flowing honey jars are possible.
Amazon wants to employ people to do menial Web tasks that computers can't handle.
Google's approach to doing business in China is more ethical than Yahoo's or Microsoft's, says industry watchdog.
Lasers that "hide" messages could mean more foolproof security.