Improved sensor technology could keep tabs on terrorists by remote control A near-infrared simulation of the DIRSIG MicroScene1 (a small test range on the RIT campus) produced by the DIRSIG model.
Tomorrow's fuel-cell vehicles powered by enzymes that consume cellulose from woodchips Wood chips. Tomorrow's fuel-cell vehicles may be powered by enzymes that consume cellulose from woodchips or grass and exhale hydrogen. (Credit: iStockphoto/Max Blain) .
Key Investments Enhance Manufacturing Process IDI Composites International announces the completion of several major manufacturing process improvements .
Program for Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Release 2 Aspect , a unified communications (UC) solutions provider, announces Microsoft Corp.
GM, Chrysler race to finish plan as deadline looms By Tom Krisher and Ken Thomas, Associated Press Writers Detroit (AP) - General Motors Corp.
Some TV stations get ready to cut analog signals By Peter Svensson, AP Technology Writer New York (AP) - Some TV stations will cut their analog signals today and move to digital-only broadcasting.
Sleeping Lenovo laptops to get BlackBerry e-mail By Peter Svensson, AP Technology Writer
Microsoft wants to create software buzz on mobiles By Colleen Barry, AP Business Writer Barcelona, Spain (AP) - Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's mobile phone strategy: sell a lot of devices.
Product launches muted at wireless show By Colleen Barry, AP Business Writer Barcelona,
Troy, MI- solidThinking continues to expand globally, adding India-based DesignTech Systems as its latest value added reseller (VAR).
DI Composites International announces the completion of several major manufacturing process improvements at its Noblesville, Indiana location.
Roadster, Good Investment Tesla to be profitable by mid year Many Roadster owners who have taken delivery of their cars have already decided to purchase a second Roadster or Roadster Sport because they like the first one so much.
Plasmonic may pave the way for next generation computers operating faster University Park, PA
MIT students develop energy-harvesting shock absorbers By David Chandler, MIT News Office Zack Anderson , senior in elecrical engineering and computer sciences, holds a GenShock prototype up to a Humvee coil spring where it is installed ( Photo / Donna Coveney).