What started as an OS for cell phones is fast becoming able to control a whole lot more.
Microsoft pays $8.5 billion for the Internet phone service--will it gets its money's worth.
Refueling technology will allow smaller and cheaper rockets to be used for many missions.
New offerings from Gigabyte and Sony enter the tablet market.
Researchers push a staggering 100 terabits of data per second through an optical fiber.
A new type of escape system will alter the iconic look of the next generation of space rockets.
Information technology is essential to modern society because it makes us adaptable -- and that's precisely what the 21st century will require
Also this week: the UN says renewables could provide as much as 77 percent of world's energy.
A security firm claims to have found a way to use Google's browser to attack web users.
The analysis of human hand gestures has identified a new kind of "eigengesture" that could be used as a basis of 3D gesture control, say computer scientists