The new book by Wired's editor in chief has caught the fancy of the business world. But does it impress the digerati?
A fast and reliable airborne survey technology could reveal "hidden" oil and gas reserves and provide better maps of existing ones.
Scientists plan to use the biofermentation of genetically engineered microorganisms to produce large batches of fruit fragrances.
A California court found that an AT&T government wiretapping trial could move forward, but a similar Chicago lawsuit was dismissed.
A robot that likes to live in a CT machine.
A new wireless network design affords high performance at a fraction of the power, promising more powerful communications without the expensive infrastructure.
These chips could lead to highly sensitive night-vision goggles and new medical imaging devices.
New sequencing technologies allow scientists to unravel the DNA of our ancient human cousins.
Researchers are working on new ways to interface with computers and other e-devices, including this "floating" mouse.
New Web-based services don't just store your data online -- they keep it synchronized across your laptop, desktop, and mobile phone.