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).
The U.S. continues to push the World Health Organization to open up frozen smallpox supplies for testing, which could lead to better viral vaccinations. Others fear that may put a deadly virus in the hands of terrorists.
Massively multiplayer virtual worlds are transforming the game industry, and changing how its players interact with each other and the real world around them.