Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.
Starting this summer, United airlines will include Zune music channels as an in-flight listening option.
Qantas subsidiary Jetstar says passengers will be able to rent the Apple device to access content including movies, e-books, TV programs, games, and music.
Automotive News reports on Honda's setbacks in trying to enter the aircraft business with the HondaJet.
Looking like a boomerang with a bump in the middle, the unmanned aircraft will be a testbed for advanced systems that can cruise at more than 600 mph.
The folks who built the Internet are thinking it could be a great idea if flying cars were available in military zones to help extract soldiers quickly from sensitive locations. And they should transform. So, awesome future on our way. Plus, Apple sells 1 million iPads, we try to untangle the h.264 codec mess, and the future of the Internet is cloudy.
Tired of finding non-English tweets in your Twitter stream? You can always unfollow these people. Or you can download this simple Firefox extension, which translates them in a snap.
The Pentagon division is looking for someone to build a flying four-person vehicle that travels by road and air and takes off without a runway.
Speeches by Twitter co-founders designed to both placate uneasy developers and pat themselves on the back at the company's first developer conference, Chirp.
Italian mathematicians create an equation that claims to define the speed and power with which gossip spreads across the Web. They have yet to test it on celebrity tittle-tattle.