Why hydrogen might not power future vehicles and lithium-based batteries might.
Computer security guru Bruce Schneier says media companies won’t ease up on invasive technology until consumers balk.
MIT’s Carlo Ratti uses location data from cell phones and laptops to create maps of human activity in cities.
Programmable drug chips have passed a longevity milestone: six months of drug release.
WebBiographies.com helps you write the story of your life – and saves it indefinitely after your death.
When a company trespasses upon its customers’ privacy, it should expect outrage.
In an overture to the press and analysts, the company put its executives on stage and unveiled new search-related products.
Experts say too much funding is going into hydrogen at the expense of near-term technologies.