We need better technology for finding and extracting oil, but big oil is spending a relatively tiny amount on R&D.
A few midwestern lawmakers hope to make sites with user profiles inaccessible from public computers.
The new book by Wired's editor in chief has caught the fancy of the business world. But does it impress the digerati?
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.
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.
Jason Calacanis drew fire by offering to pay top Web users to populate his Netscape.com homepage. Was his plan evolution or revolution?
Apple's latest patent filing, a detailed outline of a new touch screen for mobile computing, could affect the entire industry.
The hacker ethic has guided, consciously and subconsciously, technology innovation. Not so much anymore.