The biggest tech story in cars for the next few decades will certainly be self-driving cars, but it won't happen in one step. CNET's Brian Cooley shows you the building blocks for the future of autonomous driving.
The bad guys are starring in DC Comics' superhero books for the month of September, and to commiserate (and get some attention for the comics) the company is wrapping its stories in 3D covers -- no glasses needed. Here's how they built the creepy covers.
A cake maker creates a structurally accurate edible model of Jupiter that reveals the planet's layers with every slice.
Similar to cool roofs, light-colored pavement developed by a Phoenix company is designed to reduce the urban heat island effect and reflect heat back into space.
Interactive layer developed by British government lets users view side effects of worldwide temperature increase.
A full-page ad in USA Today and in the New York Times marks the next chapter of the never-ending "the conversation is your brand" saga. Trident, the chewing gum maker, bought the placements, and instead of using them to promote its latest product.
Web site uses Google Maps to let users place BP oil spill image over any region to fathom its scope.
Suffice it to say that the Transcend StoreJet 25 Mobile is tough as nails.