Retired Air Force pilot John Wojnaroski can't seem to get away from flying and he's been constructing the "ultimate" flight simulator with authentic screens, switches and even throttle controls.
Database administration and creation has always been relegated to pointy head techie types, but start-up company Blist claims to have developed the world's easiest database.
Chicago (IL) - An Illinois-based biofuels research company claims it can make ethanol for less than $1 a gallon.
Moscow (Russia) - The Moscow State University has purchased one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world.
Mountain View (CA) - Web surfers can't seem to get enough online video and a new market study shows people are now watching 9.
University of Washington researchers have been developing an electronic contact lens that could someday display important information in your field of vision.
Beijing (China) - China will have the world's largest base of Internet users in 2008, according to a new study by the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC).
Yes, even we thought it might never happen, but Sony BMG has apparently waved the white surrender flag on DRM and plans on distributing a portion of its music collection as DRM-free songs.
Gadget lovers will have one more thing to worry about because the Transportation Department has issued new rules that greatly restrict lithium-ion batteries on airplanes.
An allegedly text messaging driver has been charged in the hit and run death of a Taunton Massachusetts teenager.
Wellington (FL) - A GPS tracking device has helped police catch a thief that snatched up a porcelain baby Jesus from a neighborhood Nativity scene.