An Oxford University research group uses virtual reality to diminish people in size. The results are painful.
Johns Hopkins neurologist says device reminiscent of swim goggles will help detect strokes faster in emergency rooms -- and help save lives.
From its Akron, Ohio, manufacturing facility to racetracks around the U.S., Goodyear and Nascar are studying how racing tires can be more efficient and help drivers go faster than ever.
Electronics giant may benefit from a recovery in the semiconductor sector, allaying smartphone market saturation fears.
The Chicago Sun-Times has sacked all 28 of its photographers, instead opting to train its reporters to take pics with their iPhones.
The lawyers are out in force to look into whether the Farmville maker might have withheld vital information regarding its financial health.
Longtime P2P fan Chuck D and Public Enemy give fans a new song and offer a remix contest, delivered via BitTorrent's new Bundle technology.
The Pentagon's purveyor of far-out ideas wants a new breed of aircraft that's good at both hovering and high-speed cruising.
John Chambers leads the list of corporate bosses deemed to have turned 2012 into a bumper year for "guff, cliché, euphemism and verbal stupidity."
Road Trip 2011: CNET gets a taste of the best that can be had on a train--the Venice-Simplon Orient Express' British Pullman, an 11-carriage exercise in luxury and good times.