An Illinois high school ponies up $60,000 for helmets designed to protect players against brain and spinal injuries
Microsoft extends video and digital photos to every TV in the home; Hewlett-Packard demos video games that resemble your surroundings
Black isn't the new green
Extended missions to the moon or Mars mean that astronauts may need improved medical care and even the ability to perform surgery in space
Ooma's VoIP hub routes calls over the Internet and gives callers the ability to use their phones without a phone company or a computer
New developments in exoskeleton technology promise to improve the performance of artificial limbs and lessen loads carried by soldiers
The Feds and private companies cut a deal to reduce data center energy use by 2011
Although a cyber war has yet to be declared, there have been plenty of online skirmishes
The Pentagon is on the hunt for new sophisticated unmanned spy planes that can be sent to any location above the planet within an hour and remain over the hot spot gathering intelligence for at least five years without touching down
Digital light processing technology celebrates its 20th anniversary but its inventor has his eye on the future
IBM researchers arrange 60-nanometer gold particles to re-create a work of Renaissance art
The Apple iPhone now costs $200 less than when it debuted in June
Crews sent a hastily improvised robot crawler into the Crandall Canyon mine, but it was no match for seismic activity, groundwater and other challenges.
New research explores using atoms and molecules to pack more data storage and computing capabilities into smaller spaces.
Efforts to untie AT&T's exclusive service-provider agreement with Apple's iPhone are an interesting exercise to prove it can be done. But how many iPhone customers will take advantage of this?
Are ultracapacitors the key to making hybrids king of the auto market?
More astronomical features will be on tap to enhance Google Earth's ability to serve as a virtual observatory
After explosive growth in online banking and payments, consumer interest appears to be waning, reversing a trend that promised to significantly reduce paper waste and pollution
New devices provide hope of stopping and reversing damage caused by age-related macular degeneration
Airlines use mathematical models and powerful processors to expose and target airline cabin contaminants