Howard University researchers are looking for genetic clues about the high incidence of some diseases among black Americans.
New software takes advantage of Wi-Fi to make data downloads and voice calls far more affordable.
New high-performance transistors could lead to windows and helmet visors that double as high-quality displays.
GE's advance allows for a solid-oxide fuel cell to use coal-based fuels at costs approaching that of conventional power plants.
As digital audio matures, companies are touting improvements in sound quality to be heard above the din.
Microsoft plans to introduce its new operating system to consumers in January. Is it worth upgrading?
Computerized motors pulled the strings at a recent Paris fashion show, dramatically altering dresses on the runway.
It's the first hair-thin endoscope to image in 3-D, and researchers say it could provide a better picture of the more delicate parts of our bodies.
An industry giant says a tweak to silicon manufacturing could beat more exotic materials approaches over the next decade.
New approaches to immunizing patients against the harmful protein buildup characteristic of Alzheimer's disease offer hope for safer treatments.