A little more than a decade from now, one of the world’s great arid plains will become a bustling intersection of high-resolution astronomy and high-powered computing.
Computer giant Apple released a patch this week for its OS X 2012 and 10.6 operating systems about the same time a Russian security company claimed that up to 600,000 Mac computers are being controlled by a piece of malware
More than half a million Apple computers have been infected with the Flashback Trojan, according to a Russian anti-virus firm.
If you venture into a coffee shop in the coming months and see someone with a pair of futuristic glasses that look like a prop from “Star Trek,” don’t worry. It’s probably just a Google employee testing the company’s new augmented-reality glasses.
The two G’s here, Gaye and George, have both been out on the “leading edge” of technology in their business careers, although for all the headaches and hassles, we both refer to it as the “bleeding edge”
According to its creators, the Personal Air and Land Vehicle (hence the name PAL-V) can reach speeds of 110 mph both on the ground and in the air and has a flying range of 350 miles per tank, which more than doubles when being driven.
Epson America is now shipping Android-powered projector glasses that place your favorite videos, or games, literally in your face
DARPA, along with Boeing's underground Phantom Works unit and Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works, all make it their business to cook up designs from the Pentagon's wildest dreams.
A new generation of high definition television sets are hitting the American market now. Samsung’s top-of-the-line sets will include an internally wired HD camera, twin microphones, face tracking, and speech recognition. The question is: Who will
Workers prepare to launch a 45-foot paper airplane from the Pima Air and Space Museum over the desert in Eloy, Arizona March 21, 2012. One of the world's largest paper airplanes, designed by renowned engineer Art Thompson, was launched to encourage y
Global information surveillance grid being constructed; willing Americans embrace gadgets used to spy on them.
Here is a series of charts we made from data by Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster. Munster has been interviewing people in line for the iPad each year it was released. You can see the evolution of how people plan to use iPads.
Jordi Munoz had no training. Scant schooling. Little money. He also had a video-game console and nothing else to do.
In the greatest case of “Because we can” manufacturing, Arsenal Firearms introduces the AF2011-A1 pistol. It is a double-barrel 1911 pistol.This gun spits two .45 bullets down range with each press of the dual triggers.
An international team of researchers from the University of New South Wales, the University of Nevada, and Georgia Tech have propsed a new kind of atomic timekeeper that wouldn’t lose or gain 1/20th of a second in 14 billion years
Here's the new iPad (not the 'iPad 3') from Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). Release date is March 16. Aside from the name, not much else was a surprise (except to those who backed the wrong rumors).
For all the outlandish supercars and concepts on the show floor, there were many quiet, thoughtful ideas for making good, efficient cars. Easing our reliance on fossil fuels is an incredibly tough nut to crack.
Apple Inc took the wraps off a faster 4G-equipped iPad starting at $629, hoping the latest version of its tablet can safeguard its dominance over rivals ranging from Amazon.com Inc to Samsung Electronics Co Ltd.
Two Japanese researchers recently introduced a prototype for a device they call a SpeechJammer that can literally “jam” someone’s voice — effectively stopping them from talking.
Apple's special media event—one that many believe to be for the next-generation iPad—is now mere days away.
AT&T finally shared its stipulations for unlimited data plans Wednesday.
Technology has yet to fundamentally change how we think about money. As the mobile Internet begins to take financial control out of the hands of bank tellers and regulators, innovators are connecting us to our money in new ways.
Just when you thought you had the latest in camera technology, along comes something new and shiny and ... rectangular.
If Android users click the wrong link, an attacker could intercept phone calls and track their location.
There’s a growing threat to the U.S. military, according to the Pentagon’s premier research wing. No, it’s not Iran’s nukes or China’s missiles. It’s the iPads, Android phones and other gadgets we all carry around with us every day.
After two weeks with the Lytro camera, I still can’t decide if it’s a highly refined proof-of-concept or an uneven look at the future of photography. It’s simultaneously addictive and frustrating. It’s also a truly unique photographic experience.
Apple has joined an elite group of companies to reach a $500bn equity valuation amid expectations it is to launch a new version of the iPad next week.
The Kinect-enabled shopping cart experience begins with you scanning a loyalty card. The cart's motorized wheels push it along and steer it to follow you based on the sound of your voice and the image of your body picked up by the Kinect's motion sen
We haven’t heard much from Huawei lately. Aside from a few smartphones here and there, the company hasn’t really made a huge push or impression as of late.