Microsoft's Xbox 360, the first next-gen game console to market, lasted about a second in retail stores. Now comes the fun.
TiVo's interactive tools are the company's latest weapons in its battle with cable and satellite providers for DVR supremacy.
With the Nov. 30 court ruling, the patent infringement suit against BlackBerry maker RIM grinds toward a sad conclusion.
Anti-aging research is suffering from the same ailment that has long plagued nanotech: wild, fanciful claims.
TiVo announces the launch of a commercial database that will allow viewers to choose their own commercials.
A new economic study found that file-sharing likely helps lesser-known artists, while hurting the more well known.
NASA's coming budget crunch may shutter future space shuttle missions vital to finishing the space station.
Apple has just released the two coolest iPods in years. Which one will holiday shoppers pick?
Mathematicians break baseball down to its simplest component -- cold, hard stats -- in hopes of finding the best players.
Networks and broadcasters are beginning to look at the Web as a new way to get television programming to the masses.