Facebook announced a new feature that allows users to download and save their profiles to personal hard drives.
Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov split the Nobel in Physics for their work on a carbon compound called graphene.
Stuxnet could be giving criminal hackers a blueprint for producing ever more dangerous computer viruses and worms
Two new movies about Facebook, "The Social Network" and "Catfish," explore how much online identity building has changed in the last decade.
Engineers employ a special ring that combines simple kites with digital cameras to produce rugged, low cost aerial photography.
When Google assumed a near-monopoly on Internet searching and became the main tool for navigating the World Wide Web, the results of its searches became a modern-day Mother Lode.
An optical illusion that forces drivers to slow by appearing to be a small child playing in the street.
A San Diego gym has refurbished its exercise bikes to generate electrical power, helping to offset its carbon profile.
Advanced mine safety technology with special sensors could have helped save victims of the Chile mine disaster.
Apple has signed an exclusive deal with Liquidmetal Technologies, a company that makes a special metallic glass.
Researchers have now created a micro-camera that could allow agile micro-unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) the ability to see the world as bees do.