Researchers are developing cameras that can take digital snapshots made up of more than a billion pixels
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
A standardized robotics kit promises to advance the field in ways not previously possible, making robot assistants, especially for elder care, more affordable
As the northeastern U.S. continues to dig itself out from the Christmas-weekend blizzard, Scientific American looks at how meteorologists track such storms
The controversial measure will let broadband providers prioritize Internet content, but detractors say the government is fixing something that is not broken
Scientists hope that real-time information about potential solar disturbances can be used to warn those relying on operations in the increasingly crowded low Earth orbit
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
Despite cyber attacks, the loss of key service providers and threats from government officials worldwide, the controversial site continues to add to its online cache of cablegate documents...
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
One obvious way is to use the classified label more sparingly, according to one expert
As the TSA's advanced imaging technology and pat-down policy stir up complaints, one security expert poses some alternatives
The agency singles out makers of Four Loko, Moonshot and other party drinks, telling them to change their products or risk having them seized
Despite a lack of scientific knowledge of how it works, cement has been used for everything from building ancient Rome's Pantheon to securing oil wells kilometers beneath the ocean's surface...
Rehabbing soldiers, seniors and surgery patients alike find comfort in a gravity-negating treadmill inspired by efforts to keep astronauts healthy and strong during extended orbital missions...