Future battlefields will be less Star Wars and more tiny robots, Pentagon experts say.
Stretchy electronics open up possibilities for smart surgical gloves and health monitors wrapped around hearts.
Technology has helped human athletes break Olympic records in everything from cycling to the pole vault.
Endangered bonobo apes trained to talk with humans by using keyboards may lose their Iowa home because of funding problems.
The U.S. military discussed 3D printing, robot warriors and human enhancement as possible game-changers on tomorrow's battlefields.
Google's secret Silicon Valley factory may return some manufacturing jobs to the U.S., but a robotics revolution is looming.
Underwater robots will help search for Amelia Earhart's plane on the 75th anniversary of her disappearance.
A Japanese robotics pioneer who first described the uncanny valley says he finds the faces of dead humans and Buddha statues more comforting than living humans.
Personal robots could reach sales in the billions of dollars with help from a NYC-based investment fund.
Author Neal Stephenson wants to raise half a million for a game he describes as Guitar Hero with swords.
A modern dream of vertical farms that began in New York City has spread worldwide to Asia and Europe.
A company's offer of $1,800 leather shoes made from genetically engineered stingrays is unlikely to be real, scientists say.
The use of fire weapons during a naval battle in the TV show Game of Thrones echoes historical warfare.
The rise of self-driving cars pales in comparison to the automobile's 20th-century battle to push pedestrians off the roads.