Atomic clocks are a bit more accurate than counting, "one Mississippi, two Mississippi...".
Researchers have created robots that seek each other out and then link up, Voltron-style, to form a larger flying machine.
Adults text as often while driving as teenagers and are more likely than teens to talk on the phone when behind the wheel.
A Dutch architectural firm has proposed a bridge shaped like a figure '8' to switch the sides of the road driven on by cars traveling between Hong Kong and mainland China.
An ultra-powerful handheld laser that looks like a lightsaber from Star Wars can cause permanent eye damage.
The new iPhone 4 is encased in strengthened glass and has a stainless steel trim, but will it be more prone to breaking?
AT&T has announced a new, two-tiered, limited wireless data plan. Analysts are split on whether the deal is good one or a raw one for consumers.
A new way to recreate the special patterns found on moths' eyes could lead to glare-free display screens.
If robots are ever to handle "edgier" tasks, people will need to feel safe around domestic machines wielding sharp tools.
A spider that only eats ants is choosy about what body parts of its prey it devours based on their nutritional value, a new study suggests.
A new study shows why computers "crash" while living things like us can better handle the occasional malfunction.
Humankind will generate over one sextillion bytes of digital information this year, surging into the realm of the "zettabyte."
The Gulf oil spill is pushing current oil cleanup technology to its limits, but also serving as a testing ground for futuristic decontamination methods.
The bright light emitted by an iPad could give some people reading before bedtime a bout of insomnia, researchers suggest.
The soon-to-launch Rocket Racing League recently debuted elements of its innovative, video game-like, 3-D virtual racetrack in the sky.
Computer antivirus company McAfee has apologized for issuing a flawed update Wednesday that crashed thousands of computers worldwide.
A company has designed an interactive display that lets people see what they would look like as Na'vi from Avatar.