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For the fifth year, the magazine picks the most important designs and innovators in the world of technology, alternative energy, medicine, and other fields.
Defcon founder and Homeland Security adviser Jeff Moss reflects on how he got into hacking, says the Internet's "age of innocence" is over, and has a message for Google and other big Web sites.
Epson's newly developed EVF seeks to correct all the flaws with electronic viewfinders, and the company states that this can even replace optical viewfinders.
Contestants from the Solar Decathlon in Washington build net zero-energy homes that push the envelope of green building design using solar and energy efficiency.
With lots of options, from hybrid delivery trucks to natural gas sedans and government support, fleet operators say the time is ripe for trying out green auto technologies.
Series of new formulas regarding the properties of boiling liquids will lead to more-efficient cooling systems in cars and computers, Purdue University researchers say.
A look at some new tools that help business owners in a variety of fields get thing done, be it public works projects, or figuring out which of your employees is a better worker.
McLaren, has released photos and details of the McLaren MP4-12C, the automaker's first supercar since the iconic McLaren F1 was launched 17 years ago.
NASA's Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley breaks ground on green building inspired by self-sustaining systems and technology developed for space programs.
Sales of e-paper displays--primarily used in e-readers for now--are predicted to soar from 22 million units this year to 1.8 billion in 2018.