Halloween has always sparked creativity: White sheets become ghosts and front lawns become graveyards.But these days, the holiday is going high-tech, with stores selling zombie babies or animatronic Freddy Krueger dolls right off the shelf.
Try to buy some concert tickets or create a new e-mail account, and you're usually confronted with a puzzle of sorts.A box appears with a distorted word -- that sometimes isn't even a word -- and you have to re-type it.
Last of a three-part seriesDetroit has been at the center of the country's auto industry ever since Henry Ford rolled his first Model T off the assembly line in 1908.But as hard times have fallen on America's Rust Belt, there's a new region hoping to give Detroit a run for its money.
Google is making a huge investment in a massive off-shore cable that would eventually carry power from off-shore wind farms to cities along the Atlantic seaboard. The Atlantic Wind Connection will lie 15-20 miles off shore and run from New Jersey to Virginia.
It's in your airports, your coffee shops and your libraries: "Free Public WiFi."Despite its enticing name, the network, available in thousands of locations across the United States, does not actually provide access to the Internet.