The Nintendo Wii has been found to be an effective way to train surgeons!
Learning how to operate on a gallbladder by using a Wii is one example of this:
A significantly cheaper and more efficient hybrid car battery is being developed:
Soldiers have been warned not to forward bogus chain e-mails about Obama:
A new book states that UN’s top nuclear watchdog is actually a Russian spy!
The NY Times analyzes how every Presidential candidate is being unrealistic about Iraq:
Hackers have been able to hack into the computer systems of utility companies around the world and make demands:
Interesting photo galleries of homemade bombs and spy tech gear:
Analysis about how this year is critical for WiMAX:
Yahoo! has joined the one-password movement:
US researchers feel that more research is needed on long-term health effects of cell phone radiation on pregnant women and kids.
Time Warner is going to consumption-based billing for internet service to address the users who use too much internet bandwidth. Comcast was caught cutting down the access for heavy internet users despite advertising “unlimited” internet use:
China is trying to crack down on internet gaming: