A terrorist shooting in Bangalore, India looks like an attack on technology.
The National Security Agency’s “CryptoKids” website uses cartoon characters to recruit future codemakers and codebreakers.
Stem cell quandaries, a map of human genetic variability, a lengthy debate on lifespan extension -- this year in biotech was one to remember.
Whether it's true or not isn't the point (it's the holidays, a time for fanciful musings). The site dedicated to the Grandma Gamer is worth the read.
Digg.com, where users pick the day's most interesting technology news stories, has drastically upgraded Digg Spy, a tool that lets you see what's being "dugg" -- in real time.
The Wall Street Journal's Lee Gomes takes a look back on the last five years of technology -- using Microsoft 2000.
Beyond a novel new way to track down your family history, home DNA tests may help unlock the history of humans.
The new year could see new challenges to hardware reverse engineering.
The holiday season brings out list after list. This is one of my favorites: the most influential robots of all time.
Columnist Eric Hellweg looks at the biggest stories of 2005 surrounding the convergence of media and technology.