General Motors offers a taste of its Electric Networked Vehicle at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show
Encouraged by the successes of the Xbox Kinect sensor and Windows 7, Microsoft's CEO assures the consumer electronics crowd that Windows's future is bright
LAS VEGAS—It's easy to poke fun at people so absorbed in their smart phones, tablets and other mobile technology that they're oblivious to anything outside the virtual world (stop signs, theater etiquette, live sporting events, children etc.).
A standardized robotics kit promises to advance the field in ways not previously possible, making robot assistants, especially for elder care, more affordable
The FTC is calling for "do not track" software, but one privacy and security expert said such programming would have to be incorporated into a browser for it to work properly
International governments and ISPs gather at Columbia University to discuss speeds and limits of data networks
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—In any given second, an average of 600 Twitter messages ("tweets") are sent. The secret to its success: it's fun, simple and social—a set of criteria that all entrepreneurs should keep in mind when pursuing their ideas, Dom Sagolla said here Friday at Idea Festival.
Major telecoms push for portable, personal base stations to offload growing network traffic
Video games, e-readers, smart phones and other gadgets have changed the way we interact with each other and the world around us. What's next?
Amidst frigid weather conditions, 350 ice-covered Chevrolet Volts hit the roads aboard transport trucks headed from General Motors's Detroit assembly plant to car dealerships in California, New York, Texas and Washington, D.C.
The controversial measure will let broadband providers prioritize Internet content, but detractors say the government is fixing something that is not broken
SciAm's 2010 Gadget Guide: 10 Gizmos Taking Digital Learning and Entertainment to the Next Level [Slide Show]
Big pop-tech dominated the headlines this year, so we present an array of mainly pint-size products that may have sneaked under your radar
Researchers are developing cameras that can take digital snapshots made up of more than a billion pixels