As smartphones and handheld computers move into classrooms worldwide, we may be witnessing the start of an educational revolution. How technology could unleash childhood creativity -- and transform the role of the teacher.
In their haste to tap Kurdish reserves, dozens of oil companies -- several fronted by former Bush officials -- have undercut U.S. policy and fanned sectarian tensions in Iraq. They may also lose a fortune.
The next generation of Ford's Sync technology will turn its cars into rolling, talking, socially networked, cloud-connected supermachines. Introducing America's most surprising consumer-electronics company.
Twenty-five years ago today, Coca-Cola execs tried to give their flagging brand a lift by replacing the original drink with New Coke. Turns out people preferred the old taste, and the reformulated soda quickly lost its fizz. Here's a look at other product launches that got lots of buzz -- and majorly flopped.
Advertising creatives like to think of themselves as rock stars, but the trend of too-hip-for-the-room agency names has gone too far when they're indistinguishable from the folks who sing for kids sporting bushy beards and ironic T-shirts.
Mission Motors, which is now taking reservations for the bike and is slated to start delivery in mid-2011, has another goal in mind: to show off technology that it believes can easily be transferred to all manner of electric vehicles.
My grandmother turned 92 a couple of months ago. While her short-term memory isn't great, she can describe in detail growing up in the 1920s. It is amazing how much has changed in her lifetime. Commercial air travel. Computers. Nuclear power. And so much more.