20 Years Gone But Not Forgotten; Rutgers University's Prized "Ramapo" Is Coming Back
Politicians want to lower fuel emissions in California, but the EPA and automakers suggest that officials in this state are being unrealistic. Ben Tracy reports.
Automakers such as Ford and Chrysler are preparing to unleash a series of fuel efficient models in order to compensate for the increasing costs of petroleum gasoline. Cynthia Bowers reports.
Blogger Kara Swisher has referred to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg as the "toddler CEO." She explains why she thinks the company needs a more seasoned CEO, especially if they go public.
What's on Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's personal page? Lesley Stahl got a sneak peek when she interviewed him in Palo Alto.
Blogger, and sometime Facebook critic, Kara Swisher actually has a page on Facebook. She shares her likes and dislikes of the service and the company behind it.
GM Had Four Of Six Finalists For Honors At This Year's Detroit Auto Show
Researchers Say Beating Rat Heart Created From Scratch Could Aid In Preventing Organ Rejection
Innovative Energy Storage Devices Let One Concept Car Drive 40 Miles On Electric Power Alone
A prototype for an "extreme hybrid" car that runs for 40 miles at 60 m.p.h. on battery power alone is on exhibit at Detroit's International Auto Show. Seth Doane reports.
Dispute Over Post-9/11 Rules For Driver's Licenses Could Prevent Millions From Boarding Planes
Touch screen TVs, mechanical ice cream cones, and hydrogen powered cars are just some of the latest examples of advancements in technology. Daniel Sieberg previews several new inventions for 2008.
Dispute Over New Rules For Driver's Licenses Could Prevent Millions From Boarding Planes
Among Million New Saplings Planted In New York Will Be Clones Of City?s Historic Trees
Tech Analyst Larry Magid On All The New Gadgets On Display At CES