Concerns mount over possible breakdowns, voter confusion, and fraud.
A new mobile phone that’s rather simple bucks the trend toward more complicated, power-hungry devices.
New drugs could bring treatment to a much broader set of patients, says a leading expert on alcohol abuse.
Combining nanotechnology with wireless sensor networks could provide a cost-effective solution to widespread power failures.
If addicts watch their brain’s changing blood flow during a craving, they may be able to train themselves to kick the habit.
Updated and improved, Firefox remains excellent but breaks little new ground.
Next month, Sony will reportedly launch an e-reading device based on a Japanese version called the Librie. The history of e-books in America is strewn with failed gadgets. Here’s how Sony might defy the odds.
What would you do with a one-terabyte computer disc? A Lucent Technologies spinoff is hoping to provide that kind of capacity using holographic technology.
A new way to move fluids around on a “lab on a chip” could make sophisticated portable blood tests more practical.
Google’s new tool, which lets anyone build a specialized search engine, could be the key to advancing Web search.