Fluid droplets could replace plastic lenses in cell-phone cameras, banishing blurry photos.
A new psychology study from Missouri U. found that interactive media may alienate some users.
I just got a Treo 650 smartphone to replace my three-year-old Treo 300. (The 300 was a loyal servant, but its non-replaceable battery was dying.) I’m loving the new gadget. Among its many features (including a replaceable battery), it’s compliant…
The booming solar-cell industry is driving investment in newer technologies that could make solar power as cheap as electricity from the grid.
According to a study with mice, restricting calories may boost longevity – by altering growth hormone and insulin.
Columnist John C. Dvorak says Microsoft’s decision to enter the browser space cost the company billions, with zero return.
Why are the champions of Reagan’s defense buildup arguing for a smaller, more technological military?
Voice biometrics is poised to add more security to phone-based transactions in Europe.
Cellular carriers are allowing their customers to share software, services, and content from independent companies. Finally.