In part 3 of our series "Build a Great Media-Editing PC," we discuss the tips and tricks for the delicate task of installing a CPU.
MIT Media Lab researchers have created a mobile-phone application that can diagnose eyeglass prescriptions.
A helicopter controlled by a iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch will go on sale in September for $299.
Steve Spohn is wheelchair-bound with muscular dystrophy, but can still play games thanks to a customizable controller.
The Ford VIRTTEX lab lets the company simulate real world driving and conduct tests without putting drivers in harm's way.
OLPC founder Nicholas Negroponte said that the XO-3 tablet will debut this December, two years ahead of schedule.
Surround Vision allows TV viewers to explore more content than can be shown on the main screen.
During Monday's Boston Marathon text messages and RFID were used to track runners and alert fans.
A researcher at the University of Calgary is working on controlling RFID tags and hopes to protect private information.
Research at the CHI conference in Atlanta lets the entire body be made into a touch interface
Researchers have developed building blocks that add a third dimension to the Microsoft Surface computer
Robotic surgery at Children's Hospital Boston is less invasive and has shorter recovery time than open surgery.