Stanford University's coffers are rich with tech royalties, enabling the school to expand its offering of free tuition to poor students. Janet Babin reports.
A federal judge today ordered Google to hand over records of public searches that are in the company's computers. The Justice Department wants to see the data. Google objected. Janet Babin reports.
The FBI says it's going to spend $500 million to help overhaul its computer system. The winner of the contract is expected to be announced within the next 30 days. From the Innovations Desk, Janet Babin reports.
Those wondering whether certain consumer products are made with nanotechnology -- which some believe may be hazardous -- can now consult a new online database to find out. Janet Babin reports.
A new rule to be published today requires mining companies to provide workers extra emergency oxygen supplies. Janet Babin reports.
You say you want a revolution . . . in technology. Well, you might not have to wait long. Thousands of tech visionaries gather in Germany today to introduce new breakthroughs in electronic gadgets. How about high definition TV on your cell phone? Janet Babin has more.
A new campaign is underway to tout the benefits of technology transfers from public universities. Some are critical of the windfall revenues the universities enjoy. Janet Babin reports.
The Number Three and Number Four air carriers both face deadlines today in their efforts to void labor contracts as part of bankruptcy restructuring. Janet Babin reports.