Ethanol and other biofuels are boosting food prices and greenhouse gases, says a new British report.
Two tests use cosmic laboratories to question if the laws of physics are universal.
Ikhana, a pilotless plane with thermal-infrared imaging sensors, sends wildfire mapping data via satellite to firefighter' computers.
Ahmed Maher says he was arrested and tortured by Egyptian authorities for starting a group on the popular social-networking site that was intended to support a nationwide strike.
A futuristic concept converts skyscrapers into crop farms that could help reduce global warming, improve the urban environment, and help feed the world's growing population. How it would work:
New style of 3-D sensors lets ships avoid hidden obstacles.
Virtual college campuses host international student exchanges.
The full-body LZR Racer is seen as a breakthrough in reducing drag. Suits have changed dramatically in recent decades.
BitTorrent software utilizes the Internet’s most valued asset – the user community – to share the burden of increasingly larger downloads, such as movies and games. An unlimited number of users in a network can “swarm” a file and simultaneously consume it, divide it, and pass it along, making the process fast and efficient.
Chrysler’s big Wi-Fi announcement means the Web is even more ‘world wide,’ but is that a good thing?