Mobile broadband, Web services, and user-created content were the trends on tap at the third annual AlwaysOn technology summit at Stanford.
New drugs that target the brain's nicotine receptors, without the addictiveness of cigarettes, might help memory impairment in Alzheimer's disease and schizophrenia.
A two-part kit lets some Nike shoes talk to Apple iPods. Will it spur a range of consumer applications for wireless sensors?
Semiconducting fiber webs could transform the way we make images.
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 Pentagon is committing $51 million to creating a tool for acoustic cauterization.
Jessica Simpson's DRM-free single could be the beginning of the end for copy-protected digital music.
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.