innovation & technology
In spite of law banning children under 13 from opening social media accounts, millions of tweens, often with their parents' approval, are on Facebook.
Why have there been so many hacker attacks lately? Because groups like LulzSec can. There are ways to keep yourself safer, though.
In spite of the vast energy resources in Venezuela, the country can't provide electricity to its people. President Hugo Chavez blames the opposition.
Anonymous groups of hackers are targeting large corporations and governments by exploiting weaknesses in their computer networks.
ICANN has announced that it will allow people and companies to apply for their own customized domain names, beyond the.com's, the.net's, and the .org's.
The grandfather of all clocks -- a clock that will register each unique moment for the next 10,000 years -- is under construction.
Twitter updates are being used for big business advertisements. In some situations, legal ownership is up in the air.
Banks are often focused on old ways of stealing credit cards, instead of new computer hacks. And the government hasn't caught up with appropriate regulations.
An echolocation method called "Flash Sonar" uses the subtle sound of a tongue clicking to help blind and visually impaired people interpret their surroundings - even at high speeds.
Israeli Kibbutzim are tapping into the power of the sun, and the solar power generators could be a model for partnership between Israel and Palestine.