Using nanotechnology, scientists at a small Virginia start-up have created a new polymer that incorporates the best that both metal and rubber have to offer -- opening the door to a more flexible future.
The future is here for the movie industry, Apple and Microsoft. Each faces a challenge to corral the digital media environment.
Tiny biosensors could eventually be used to monitor changes in the body, giving doctors and patients a leg up on keeping healthy.
Farmers wonder about their future as technology increasingly takes over their tasks.
First the magazine gets a new look and now a new website. What's with all the change? We're updating the site, expanding our mission, and giving our readers a deeper look at the changing world of technology.
The handset maker's future is up in the air as Sprint PCS-Nextel merger hangs in the air.
For wine sellers, the prospect of online sales has been a persistent force in the industry and a motivating factor in the Supreme Court's headline-grabbing review of two cases involving wineries.
A proposal to create a senior-level cyber security position at the Department of Homeland Security is killed at the eleventh hour. Why is this issue such a problem for the Bush administration?
Voice over IP may be built upon broadband, but it doesn't need to follow the same anti-competitive path. In fact, the VoIP business could remain wild and wooly (and cheap).