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.
Engineers are searching for energy-efficient ways to cool down computers that get hot while powering the Internet.
The military has embarked on a new project to develop a "smart camera" that would help robots understand the world around them.
A cushioning device called a deployable energy absorber (DEA) is being tested by NASA on helicopters that have to make crash landings.
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the registration of the first .com domain name in the history of the Internet.
The mouse has been the dominate way we've interfaced with computers for decades. What technologies may replace the mouse and even keyboards in the future?
A new visual recognition test easy for humans but hard for software to solve could offer a new source of “captchas” for online security and services.
Here are six of the silliest rumors that swirled in the months and weeks leading up to Apple's big announcement.