Our sun is ramping up its solar activity right about now: Look for an increase in solar storms in the next couple years.
Lego? In my particle collidor? Well, not exactly. But this Large Hadron Collider re-creation will impress just about any physics--or Lego--geek.
Gamers and programmers, get ready: Microsoft announces that a Windows version of the Kinect controller will come in 2012.
Running a custom ROM on your Android phone, and worried that you'll miss out on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)? We'll show you how to bring your smartphone back to the stock Gingerbread ROM and prepare for the update.
Computers can't quite match human brains...yet, but new research from IBM shows that computers may catch up to us sooner or later...
A researcher at Ohio State University may have figured out the science behind tractor beams. But don't expect something out of Star Wars just yet...
We try to get Windows 8 to run on the CR48 without breaking something. Read on for the exciting details.
Forget hybrids or hydrogen fuel cells; if these researchers get their way, the car of the future could be powered by ammonia.
Want to be a coder or programmer? Look no further than Codecademy, a site that guides you through various programming languages
Plains, trains, and ...sun-powered sailboats? This concept for a solar-powered sailboat looks more like a spacecraft than a seacraft.
Google as a power company? We look at Google's solar energy initiatives.
One company figured out a way to turn the byproduct of a genetically modified bacteria into biofuel.
A new technology under development by the Web Real-Time Communications Working Group is all about skipping the middleman in Internet communications.
This flash drive-sized PC is perfect for those times when a netbook is just too big.
An "epic" experiment confirms another part of Einstein's theory of Relativity. Relatively speaking, that's pretty awesome.