It's not called the "iPad 3," but it features some significant upgrades under the hood and on the screen.
Almost anything these days could become a client on your network, even a portable gaming console such as the Vita, with all the advantages and risks that entails.
A transistor on a single atom raises tantalizing possibilities for quantum computing, though maybe not soon.
The demise of mainframe computers at NASA brings back memories of those Big Iron days. Have any stories you'd like to share?
Department of Energy scientists want to use outside air, and not much else, to cool the agency's new facility and supercomputer.
The military's efforts to make Android phones secure enough for classified information makes sense -- and no Angry Birds have been harmed in the process.
Games on the social media site to date haven't taught users much. But the multiplayer "Space Race Blast Off" is different.
The product of an old-world technology, simple candle soot, just might be the answer to a 21st-century scourge, according to German researchers.
If the aurora from coming solar storms will bring Northern (or Southern) Lights to your latitude, OVATION can let you know ahead of time.
Our computer tells us who will win the Super Bowl. What about the real world?
The City College of San Francisco recently found a virus that had been taking banking and other data from students since 1999, proving a point about long-lived threats.
Wikipedia's dark pages show what a world with SOPA and PIPA would be like.