The 787 is the first commercial aircraft in which major structural parts are made of composites rather than aluminum alloys.
The best theory of bird navigation implies that nature has found a way to preserve entanglement in messy biological systems at body temperature.
T-Mobile goes up against the new iPhone with its MyTouch 3G.
A new electric vehicle uses polymer-electrolyte batteries.
Sensors dropped onto Mount St. Helens relayed data after forming an ad-hoc network.
Terrorist organizations may be best understood as companies whose principal product is violence, suggests a new study of terror attacks.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
In its first meeting, the committee to review human spaceflight listened to private companies explain why their launch vehicles are better than NASA's.
The chairman of the California Air Resources Board responds to the energy secretary's anti-hydrogen-fuel-cell stance.
Cars could someday communicate with other vehicles and traffic signals using their lights.