Column: Cybercrooks shadow Facebook and other sites in order to steal from individuals and companies.
It plans to use the same signal frequency for its version of GPS that Europe had carved out. The overlap could block Europe from using its satellites for security reasons.
A new, physical music format offers another alternative to CDs.
Since sunlight and wind can be unreliable, renewable utilities install big backups.
Trials of a new air-cushion technology show that it could reduce the energy consumption of large ships, limiting CO2 emissions.
Despite environmental message, many stick up their noses at eco-toilets.
Column: How a decline in tiny water-based plants is hurting penguin populations.
Apple's new iPod shuffle, priced at $79, is nearly half the size of the previous model and the first that talks.
The International Space Station’s narrow miss last week highlights the risk of collisions with space junk.
At least nine major car companies promise plug-in vehicles by 2013.