An experimental new game controller adds the sensation of hot and cold to users' experience of a simulated environment
Search results may increasingly be poisoned with links to malicious sites, a researcher says.
Diverse technologies, missing or secret documentation, and hostile copyright laws threaten video-game preservation.
A new touchscreen charging station is programmable and can use input from both users and utilities to get better electricity prices.
A site lays bare the speed experienced by customers of different firms.
At $41,000, the Volt will be more expensive than a competing electric vehicle from Nissan.
The Library of Congress provides exceptions for circumventing copyright-protection software.
Some new search engines are seeking to rise above the tide of ad-driven media content.
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