The space suit of the future is being designed in—where else?—Brooklyn.
Machines of the future make their predecessors seem as old-school as the dot matrix printer.
Say goodbye to the outmoded browser.
As the web becomes a more visual medium, there are finally tools for searching by image.
Cut up your credit cards, and prepare for your retinal scan.
Even with fewer clicks
Mars used to have a body of water bigger than the Arctic Ocean. What happened to it?
The crazy thing is that the private configuration actually worked.
Yet another reason to shun Internet Explorer
Nearly every school in America has some form of Internet connectivity—but that alone doesn't mean all kids have equal access to the web.
DARPA is tackling online privacy. But can you trust them?
A father hopes to create an app that will help parents find restaurants and parks that are suitable for autistic children.
The real legacy of SimCity is its attempt—and failure—to make complex systems the protagonists instead of people.
This is what it looks like when a baby island bubbles out of the ocean.
The former president says he only ever sent two electronic missives. Yeah, right.
Can a computer forge a painting well enough that it fools the algorithms designed to detect fakes?
Is the road to success more difficult for female entrepreneurs?
A new study suggests that the transformation takes place via crystals (crystals!) arranged within the reptiles' skin.
Advances in medicine can prolong life, but they can also make it more difficult for doctors to know when a patient has truly died.
Four years after the Fukushima disaster, robots are cleaning up the contaminated power plant.