Electrodes made of nanowires can measure the complex signals in a single brain cell.
A biotech company has described a method for growing stem cells without destroying embryos.
With new technology called near-field communications, you could use a cell phone to make purchases, or even download a movie trailer from a poster.
Prototype software from Google Research could listen to your TV and send back useful information -- and ads of course.
Dell's recent recall of batteries has sparked renewed interest in power sources for modern technology.
Laptop software that can translate English-Arabic conversations on the fly is being tested in Iraq.
New algorithms are helping Shell to map possible oil reservoirs deep below the Gulf of Mexico.
Unsolicited e-mail that touts penny stocks is on the rise and getting results.
Can video fingerprinting and watermarking technology stop copyright violators?
A study reveals how age-old cooling remedies help to alleviate nerve-related pain.