Israel could be the first country with a nationwide electric car network, thanks to Better Place. A battery swapping station just opened outside Tel Aviv.
Schools are excited about putting the Apple iPad into classrooms. But how young is too young?
Google honors Charlie Chaplin on his 122nd birthday, which is April 16th, with a Youtube video.
In low-tech villages, biometrics and mobile money can level market spikes and allow a way for people to bypass the grid and still eat.
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.
Cameras, sensors, and video chat allows caregivers to be hundreds of miles away. But some see shades of 'Big Brother' in this new senior care model.
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.
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.
A new Kinect hack lets computers understand American Sign Language, and control Gmail.
Verizon's first 4G Android phone arrives. And the HTC Thunderbolt is a zippy masterpiece.
The New York Times paywall goes into effect this afternoon. But some critics think the Times is making a big mistake.
Pakistan's low-income families can buy inexpensive health-care insurance through his Nava Jeevan (New Life) program.
iPad 2: While the disaster in Japan may cause delays in production, the iPad 2 was rolled out overseas, Friday to much fanfare. Will Apple be able to meet the demand?