Throw away your batteries. Tiny nanowires could power medical implants, even your iPod.
Nokia and MIT researchers are teaching cell phones to take commands in natural language.
CEO Jonathan Schwartz must give the long-faltering company a clear focus -- and an identity.
Technology behind the Pentagon's controversial data-mining project has been acquired by NSA, and is probably in use.
A gene therapy pioneer explains how new delivery mechanisms could help revive the once-promising technology.
A novel approach to concentrating sunlight could cut solar panel costs.
A French search company believes the key to better Web-based search comes from the corporate world.
New systems fit applications, data, and even entire operating systems onto USB flash drives.
Columnist John C. Dvorak says Microsoft's decision to enter the browser space cost the company billions, with zero return.
Will two broad patents hinder embryonic stem cell research?