In the flap over a misleading biography on Wikipedia, many seem to have forgotten what the site is all about.
If Plug Power, a maker of hydrogen fuel cells, succeeds, it will be in an unexpected market.
The chipmaker's new CTO, Justin Rattner, talks with TR about international markets and the post-Pentium era.
Digital forensics can detect misleading cut-and-paste jobs and match a photograph to an individual camera's "fingerprint."
Creating a cheaper private jet turned out to be hard -- even for a market-savvy executive who's also a pilot.
Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel explains how genetic research could lead to a new generation of anti-anxiety drugs.
Automakers look to thermoelectrics to help power tomorrow's vehicles.
Near my hometown, a man wired his home with 25,000 lights and synched their movements with 12 minutes of Christmas music.
The Internet and mobile Web are about to turn traditional television advertising on its head.
The latest release of the open-source Firefox browser includes many features requested, and even designed, by users.