The pieces of the legal puzzle surrounding Internet radio are finally sliding together as regulatory guidelines may soon be set.
Cleveland (OH) – NASA researchers said that they have designed and built a circuit chip that easily can sustain temperatures of 500 degrees Celsius (932 degrees F).
As another effort to breathe life back into the physical CD format, Sony has created a new standard that will incorporate single tracks with cell phone ringtones.
Even though DirecTV claims it will be able to carry over 100 high definition channels, it needed to bump TNT HD Sunday for high-def football programming.
John Edwards raked in the majority of votes from 8,000 Texas Democrats who participated in an online preview of the state's primary election.
Several customers in good standing with Comcast have found themselves without Internet service because, claims Comcast, they "abused" their unlimited Web access.
Amazon has been on the move with its downloadable music and movies recently, and now it's taking more steps with its e-book department.
During the year we go to dozens of conventions and conferences, but we’re going to test out live video streaming this afternoon.
MTV Networks announced today that it will launch two dozen new websites targeted at letting users view clips from shows like The Daily Show and The Sarah Silverman Program.
Software giant Microsoft and consumer tech powerhouse Siemens have announced a partnership for car-based electronics.
Frankfurt (Germany) – Even performance car maker Porsche follows the trend to more environmentally-friendly cars and exhibits a hybrid version of its Cayenne SUV at the IAA tradeshow in Germany.
Facebook is raising privacy concerns again as it plans to begin letting anonymous browsers search for people in a community originally safeguarded by a users-only search policy.
Madison (WI) - A company called Imago has developed a technology that can peer deep into the semiconductor landscape, seeing individual atomic placement of doping atoms like arsenic. The research being carried out by Imago will help companies like IBM push future process technologies beyond the hard limits seen today.