Apple may have an 80 percent share of the mobile media-player market, but that doesn't mean the iPod is unassailable.
Drugs that trigger the birth of neurons could provide the next generation of treatments for neurodegenerative disease, as well as depression.
Freescale's new product could outperform the competition and usher in a new breed of electronic devices.
An unprecedented number of private launches are planned for this year, showing real progress toward inexpensive space travel.
The U.S. government plans to produce a buyer's guide to power-converting roofing materials.
PayPal's owner, eBay, is taking a long look at Google's new online payment system. It's easy to see why.
Cellulose films could provide flapping wings and cheap artificial muscles for robots.
A wearable detection device could help millions of people who suffer from epilepsy.
A new method of turning waste heat into electrical power might speed up communications inside computers -- and mark another advance in the field of silicon photonics.
Scientists want to adopt a set of declarations to improve the security of research that uses DNA synthesis. A proponent discusses the whys and wherefores of this effort.