AG Biotech: Developing countries turn to genetically modified crops.
Isn't it about time architecture began to fully accommodate sensible automation in the home and workplace?
You can't hold good information down. But in its heavy-handed efforts to protect copyright, the movie industry doesn't get it.
The U.S. has spent decades quietly developing a new generation of battlefield lasers. Now they're ready to fire.
New superconducting cables are put to the test in Detroit.
New "power electronics" that swap voltage from line to line may be the best-and cheapest-fix for our aging electric grid.
We round up this week's most intriguing items from around the Web.
Non-intrusive load monitoring gives detailed views of where power is going, with payoffs for utilities, customers and maybe Big Brother.
Opinion: Whether kids are schooling or cooling out, everything will depend on their connections-electronic connections.
Autonomous wireless networks of sensors may give alerts before cracks appear.