The latest news on technology
Monday marks both the anniversary of the first human spaceflight and first shuttle launch.
Health-care providers report more injuries due to the overuse of electronic devices.
Funds will be diverted to researching new rocket technology and climate change science.
New software can interpret MRI scans to determine what areas of the brain are being activated.
The new technology would stabilize the grid, incorporate green technology, and improve efficiency.
The aircraft's official takeoff is planned for 2012, and it will not require an ounce of fuel.
The CryoSat 2 mission will allow scientists to better understand changes to polar ice.
Software and new routers can ease the hassles of sharing files, printers, and Internet connections.
New technique may one day allow doctors to see more precisely into the human body, without surgery.
Devices can be hacked, hijacked and exploited without their owner’s knowledge.