The world's largest chip manufacturer is hiring, but the resumes it wants might surprise you.
The modest federal increases for basic research are cheering those worried about the United States' innovation capacity.
The director of the Planetary Society says the space agency is robbing science missions and manned exploration.
President Bush's 2007 budget boosts the physical sciences, but cuts money for cancer research and other biomedical programs.
The lumbering giant of software R&D, Microsoft, has announced the formation of Live Labs, meant to bring new, Web-based services to market faster.
The release of Bubble simultaneously in movie theaters and on cable television may change the way entertainment is served up.
After its rocky -- and sometimes dangerous -- launch in 2002, Parisians have made long strides in developing a high-speed moving walkway.
Is the maker of corporate networking equipment looking to invade the shelves of Best Buy?
Syndication technology is creating a personalized Internet -- and advertisers are taking notice.
Spalding has teamed up with a pair of ex-DuPont materials experts to create a basketball that keeps its bounce.