Scientists from Harvard and Caltech announce the creation of a bioengineered, swimming jellyfish made from rat cells.
Online courses are experiencing sky-high dropout rates, and that's probably a good thing.
The plains state is on its way to becoming the capital of the unmanned aerial vehicle industry, and with that comes inevitable difficulties.
A bit of software that teaches your fingers a 30-letter pattern, stored in muscle-memory, that you could not consciously recall
Tune in this afternoon for a broadcast of Walter Cronkite's historic coverage -- in real time, just 43 years delayed.
The graceful design of London's Aquatic Center has a backbone of steel weighing more than 3,000 tons, held together with 70,000 bolts.
Three-quarters of the world population now has access to a mobile phone.
Google's video site responds to a report from human-rights group WITNESS that criticized tech companies for not doing enough to allow protesters to mask their identities.
Cold weather has preserved the huts of early South Pole explorers for a century. Now you can visit these time capsules online.
As my mother would surely say: He's definitely going to have back problems if he doesn't already.
The first light of the beloved app was a picture of, what else, someone's cute dog.
Mayer has been at Google since the get-go, but told The New York Times that the switch "was a reasonably easy decision."
Our secular endeavor of space exploration is flush with religious observance. Why is that?
London fashion designer Brooke Roberts uses Photoshop and a textile-design software program to knit medical images into high fashion.
Critics contend that the law's reach will go far beyond the child-pornography and suicide-promotion sites it is intended to shutter.
Astronomers looking at data from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have pinpointed a moon just six to 15 miles across circling the dwarf planet.
A bargain by any standard. ... Kidding!
The winners of Microsoft's Imagine Cup aim to create a device "to solve the language barrier between sign-language users and the rest of the world."
With the help of nearly 9,000 backers, Ouya reaches and breaks its $950,000 fundraising goal in no time.
Writing at Motherboard, Abraham Riesman tells the tale of"Les Horribles Cernettes," the web's ur-photograph, taken 20 years ago next week.