From a giant "SOS" carved on the ground in Kyrgyzstan to mortar-shell spray in Sri Lanka, human rights can be served by a satellite "spy" camera for proof and prevention of atrocities.
The Internet Explorer 10 preview follows close on the heels of the full launch of Internet Explorer 9.
Five forms of new technology that can change the world: From the computer that beats humans on "Jeopardy!" to cellphone apps for African pick-and-hoe farmers, to satellites that spy on human rights abusers.
When small is big: Tinier chips demand less energy and could produce a cellphone that needs a battery charge only once a month.
Yuri Gagarin, fifty years ago, Russian air force pilot Yuri Gagarin blasted off on the first manned space flight in history. His interactive, Soviet-inspired Google Doodle delights all who dream of worlds beyond our own.
The Motorola Xoom has struggled against competitors such as the Apple iPad 2.
The Acer Iconia A500 gets Flash support, the Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS, and all sorts of other niceties.
Facebook opened its doors to share its latest data center technology.
Atari's Greatest Hits app seems to break the iTunes rules. Why doesn't Apple care?
Space announced the launch date for its new heavy-lift rocket, the Falcon Heavy.
Verizon iPhone users report similar levels of satisfaction than their counterparts at AT&T. But only one iPhone drops an average of 4.8 percent of all calls.
iPad 2 – the successor to the Apple iPad – is a favorite among Consumer Reports staffers.
Android and Apple users will soon be able to download the royal family's first mobile app, which features details of previous royal weddings.
A new Kinect hack lets computers understand American Sign Language, and control Gmail.
Windows 8 has not yet been announced. But if Windows 8 did exist, it might include the Ribbon interface.
Epsilon says a recent hack revealed only email addresses and names – not financial information.