Inexpensive laser technique detects explosives from up to 60 feet away.
Warner Brothers has released classic movie scripts as ebooks, crammed with pictures, diagrams and tasty tidbits.
Odds and Ends: xterm Workaround; Internet Explorer
Robots giving speeding tickets, a THQ-sponsored rally in SF to protest North Korea, an "exquisite cadaver" way to pen stories, and Apple product placement galore on today's episode of The 404 Podcast, PLUS we reveal how you can win a free Kodak printer!
Samsung releases yet another messaging phone for Sprint
By visiting the newly created site a spoof site, current employees can expedite their resignation to Yahoo Chief Jerry Yang with a host of Mad Libs-style pull-down menus.
Using a Mad-Libs format, the app promises to find you the right dining or nightlife fit. Cool, but can we at least get an indication of how much money it'll set us back?
Google's executive chairman testifies that the Android team developed a "clean room" implementation that uses a completely different approach to the way Java worked internally. So why did Google think it still needed a license from Sun in 2010?
The first round of start-ups--focusing on games and entertainment--includes a magic-trick card app, a storybook service, an e-learning company for grade schoolers, and more.