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After-school program uses the simple, experimental BigShot camera to teach young students about art, engineering, and culture.
CES buzz suggests it'll be a big year for e-readers, 3-D TVs, and tablet computers. But which predictions hold water?
The Nexus One, released Tuesday, is dubbed a "superphone" by Google, and while revolutionary, what's really new is the way Google's selling it.
Google celebrates Isaac Newton's birthday with an animated homepage.
Buried super-cooled electrical cables may replace towering transmission lines and carry solar and wind energy efficiently over long distances.
Web sleuthing has turned up some details on what Apple will unveil late next month, but really, no one has any idea what's up Steve Jobs' sleeve.
By scheduling a press gathering the same day as the start of CES, Google is setting the Nexus One up for the same kind of coup that Apple scored with the iPhone in 2007.
New research shows nanoparticles could replace gold, platinum, and other expensive metals in important devices, shaving off 90 percent of some costs.
Travelers were prohibited from using electronics on international flights this weekend, and in-flight WiFi and TV were banned, but TSA regulations keep changing.
A YouTube video appears to show the company's built-in face-tracking software failing to work on people with dark skin.
Ford on Monday announced that the next generation of its Microsoft-developed SYNC communications system will be compatible with USB broadband modems, and thus upgradeable.
A protest aimed at bringing down AT&T's network saw support and then a rush of concerned opposition.
Inexpensive home recording equipment helps artists rise from outside the mainstream labels.