Tod Machover's futuristic opera, 'Death and the Powers,' features robots and puts technology in the leading role.
New Bible: a new Roman Catholic Church edition of the New American Bible will replace some words, revert to an earlier version of the 23rd Psalm, and include fresh notes of Church interpretation. A digital edition of this new bible will also be available next week.
iPad 2 should hit store shelves early this month. We take a look at the numbers and specs on the Apple iPad 2.
Can 31 high school seniors build a world-class robot – and help to fix public education?
Windows Phone 7 software will soon power a Verizon Wireless handset, several outlets are reporting.
Modern Warfare 3 could be announced as soon as March 1.
Cell phone users text while driving, make calls in public restrooms, and generally act pretty rudely, according to one new study.
The rise of ships, trains, and cars transformed cities and the way we live. Now it’s the Web’s turn.
iPad and other tablet computers sold extremely well in Q3 of last year, according to one new report.
Firms try to limit conflict minerals in electronics. It's no easy task.
Motorola Xoom tablet arrives Thursday. But does its steep price tag match the Motorola Xoom tablet specs?
iPad 2 launch is (practically) official, as Apple hands out iPad-themed invitations.
Angry Birds birthday cake makes one UK kid really, really happy.
After a decade of shaky starts, tablet computers have finally arrived. Unlike their bulky, expensive parents, this current generation of slates boasts trim frames, gorgeous screens, and power-house specs. So, here are the 10 most intriguing tablets of 2011, in order of screen size.
The iPhone confession app is stirring age-old questions: Do mediating objects assist or hinder in the pursuit of grace? Do things lessen the sincerity or authenticity of religious action?