Katie Silverton is suing a health clinic for botching a recent operation, which she says she scheduled because of increased concerns over HDTV images.
A new infrared-blasting helmet could stop and possibly even reverse Alzheimer’s disease. British researchers developed the helmet for human testing after similar treatments improved brain function on middle-aged mice. The infrared light supposedly stimulates brain cells to regenerate and, according to the researchers, can reverse dementia in just a few weeks.
Charter Communications has blamed a "software error" on completely deleting the contents of 14,000 of its customer e-mail accounts.
Digital converters for the massive broadcasting change happening next year should be available in less than a month, according to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
Earlier this month, standalone Blu-ray players counted for 90% of the next-gen DVD hardware market, but analyst firm NPD says that consumers shouldn't read too much into that.
The prequel to the first-person shooter Stalker will be available exclusively as a digital download on Valve's content delivery service Steam.
Customers of AT&T's broadband Internet service will soon have free access to the company's Wi-Fi hotspots throughout the country.
Consumers spent a reported $2.9 billion on digital music purchases last year, a 40% increase over 2006, but illegal downloads are offsetting that by a rate of 20-to-1.
Electron microscopes are great for viewing atomic details, but don’t you just hate it when nearby scientists start blaring Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You’? Well, the researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory were fed up with rock music shaking up their atoms and have developed a new microscope that can maintain stability under intense vibration.
Over 13,000 signatures have endorsed a "save HD DVD" petition less than three weeks after it was first put online.
Google's popular video sharing site has once again found itself in the middle of an international controversy, as Turkey has banned Youtube over videos that it deems offensive.
When you think about Silicon Valley you think about modern tech giants like Google, Yahoo and others, but did you know that this high-tech center of the Universe owes its existence to secret government cooperation dating back four decades?
Chicago (IL) – Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has developed a new battery for hybrid electric vehicles that could deliver a 50% increase in power, a 70% decrease in cost and a 300% improvement in life expectancy.
University of Washington researchers have been developing an electronic contact lens that could someday display important information in your field of vision.