A handheld device sensitive to changes in colour not detectable by the human eye could be used to spot objects hidden by camouflage or foliage.
Online sales of TV shows, movies and other pre-recorded video will become a billion-dollar business in 2007, according to a recent report from technology research firm Strategy Analytics.
Forrester Group recently presented the results of a 3 months study about digital music sells on Apple's iTunes, and the conclusions don't look that good for the Cupertino-based company.
Seiko Epson has announced a new high-temperature polysilicon (HTPS) LCD panel that will boost the performance of 3LCD front projectors and large-screen LCD projection TVs.
Prices for 32" panels may fall below $300 to $290 in the third quarter of 2007, with quotes for 40" panels to also drop to nearly $500 during the period, according to Displaybank.
Broadcom has announced what it claims to be the industry's first high-definition (HD) digital TV silicon solution designed on 65nm node that supports full 1080p display resolution.
Nvidia will introduce its first integrated graphics processor (IGP) chipset (MCP 73) for the Intel platform in the first quarter of 2007 at the earliest, according to industry sources.
Communications chip suppliers are eying the huge business opportunities promised by notebooks with built-in 3/3.5G modules.
According to Digitimes, both Intel and TSMC are making great strides towards a 32 nm chip-making process.
Mozilla announced today that Firefox browser fans are underwriting four 30-second videos to air on U.S. primetime TV this month.
That Apple will forge a path into the videogame console hardware scene is a "distinct possibility", said Prudential analyst Jesse Tortora.
Basketball vests (singlets) with electroluminescent displays that show a player's score, and number of fouls, are being trialled in Australia.
Fresh search teams prepared to join the hunt for a San Francisco man who set out on foot Saturday to find help for his stranded family in Oregon's snowy coastal mountains.
A malicious QuickTime movie file is spreading across social networking site MySpace, embedding itself in the user profile pages of infected victims and changing links to point to phishing sites.
NASA plans to permanently occupy an outpost at one of the Moon's poles, officials announced on Monday.