It's a frog-eat-frog world out there.
French authorities confirmed today (Sept. 3) that the airplane part that washed up on an island in the Indian Ocean in July came from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
When the U.S. military needs a new idea for drone technology, it turns to an unlikely source for inspiration: old fairy tales.
Before they plunged into the icy waters of the North Atlantic, passengers aboard the Titanic may have feasted on corned beef, potted shrimp and dumplings.
Boston Dynamics' sure-footed humanoid bot is one of many supermobile machines that are cool and capable.
Addyi, the new libido-enhancing pill for women, was approved by the FDA, but many health care professionals are still skeptical about whether women really need the drug.
Finally, there's a crowdfunding campaign for people who want to watch giant robots fight to the death.
To keep a robot from toppling over, researchers built a futuristic exoskeleton that gives bots humanlike reflexes.
A very unusual octopus has scientists wondering just how well they really know the mysterious eight-armed creatures that inhabit the world's oceans.
A medieval sword inscribed with a mysterious message is stumping researchers and causing quite a stir among armchair historians.
To learn more about a historical grudge, members of two formerly feuding families are (quite literally) digging up the past.
An enigmatic message, hidden for 2,000 years inside an underground cave, was recently uncovered in Israel. And it immediately began to vanish when exposed to the elements.