A consortium of students and NASA is sending phones into low earth orbit because they're as good or better than conventional nanosatellites
You’d think that the most challenging, lowest-paid labor in the U.S. was safe from automation, but as robots become increasingly sophisticated, that could change.
While forecasters have improved path predictions, they still have difficulty predicting a storm's intensity.
New technologies are helping to amp up bad-weather tracking.
Researchers hope a new system could automatically scan the hours of CCTV footage police have to comb through to identify suspects without invading privacy.
As Steve Jobs steps down as Apple CEO, we look back at what we found when we opened his devices.
A wave of tablet frenzy swept across the country last week with the concussive force of an earthquake. What does it mean for HP and the second-tier tablet market?
Steve's retiring -- here's the tribute video Apple's founder deserves
The company is releasing digital binoculars that include a built-in GPS receiver. When will we get our first bird-watching blockbuster?
PayPal founder and billionaire Peter Thiel thinks so. He's invested $1.25 million into the idea.