In this month's reboot of the classic "RoboCop" film, scientists create a superhuman crime fighter that is half man and half robot, but how realistic is this technology?
The 2014 reboot of the classic "RoboCop" film stars Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton and Samuel L. Jackson.
A review of the TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch, a sports watch billed as an easy way for active individuals to track their exercise goals, progress and training.
A Canadian technology company designed a hard metal dive suit, called Exosuit, that enables divers to work underwater without worrying about decompression time.
Killer whale populations around the world may have suffered steep declines during the last Ice Age, when food for these top predators may have been scarce, a new study finds.
From boycotts and suspensions to a terrifying hostage situation, here are some of the most politically charged Olympic Games.
The northern lights dance across the sky, creating an ethereal glow that illuminates the darkness, in this jaw-dropping photo taken from Norway.
Adventurers with deep pockets can now explore the hidden depths of the ocean, thanks to a futuristic submarine that lets users "fly" underwater.
The DeepFlight Super Falcon, developed by Hawkes Ocean Technologies, is a two-seater submersible that enables passengers to "soar" underwater.
London is going all in with sustainable energy. The world's largest solar-powered bridge — spanning the River Thames — was unveiled Wednesday (Jan. 22) in the British metropolis.
The northeastern United States was hammered by a blustery storm yesterday (Jan. 21), leaving some places now buried under more than a foot of snow.
Giant wind turbines appear as white specks across the Thames Estuary in the United Kingdom, in this satellite photo of the London Array, the world's largest offshore wind farm.
A quarter of the world's sharks and rays are at risk of extinction, according to a new assessment by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).