Scientists hope to build computers capable of mimicking the brain's visual cortex and, in the process, build cars that can perceive and navigate around road hazards.
CNET Car Tech reviews the 2010 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG.
Google's video codec has significant support, but building it into the standard language for Web pages would advance its fortunes significantly.
If you don't like broad patents on potentially world-changing scientific developments like scientific genomes, well, then, build your own! Also, does the $97 iPhone 3GS mean the 4G model will be on sale at launch? And we find out why five inches just isn't enough. Sorry.
Update: Apple has seeded the latest developer build of Mac OS X 10.6.4 to developers. The build, now version 10F54, is reported to have no known issues, possibly signaling a public release soon.
If you've been following the development of Mozilla's Firefox browser for Android phones, you might be interested to know that Mozilla has just begun releasing nightly updates of Firefox Mobile (code-name Fennec) for Android.
The prototype headgear comprises solar cells and a mini fan, and is capable of charging a mobile phone using the energy generated from a 40-minute ride.
If there's truth to the rumors, General Motors' next generation in-car cabin tech suite may be powered by Google's Android operating system.
Supercomputer is designed to cut energy use by 40 percent by cooling each processor with circulating water. The waste heat is then used to warm the building.
Building automation giant buys Akuacom, a small company that makes software for demand-response and smart-grid programs.