Thinking there could be life on one of Jupiter's moons, NASA scientists are working on a plan to send robots to try and find out.
With robots becoming increasingly powerful, intelligent and autonomous, a scientist at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute says it's important to make sure they know the difference between good and evil.
If you didn't like Facebook's News Feed redesign last year, you're in luck: The social network is trying to change what you don't like with another redesign.
An asteroid measuring about 25 feet across will whizz safely past Earth today, the second such object in two days,
What if one day you accidentally step on your smartphone and instead of it shattering, it simply bends? Research underway at the Los Alamos National Lab could give consumers more durable smartphones, tablets and laptops.
An asteroid is flying relatively closely past Earth today, NASA reported.
No need to duck or take to the root cellar, though.
NASA's $17.5 billion proposed fiscal 2015 budget would maintain the U.S. space agency's plan to send humans to Mars by 2030, to study near-Earth asteroids and to send astronauts to the International Space Station.
Facebook is reportedly buying Titan Aerospace, a New Mexico-based company known for making solar-powered drones.
Russia has moved to block citizens from accessing online information about the Ukrainian political movement that ousted the country's pro-Russian president last week.
While actors, directors and other Hollywood types got their coveted Oscar awards last night, Twitter was getting recognition of its own.
As the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web approaches, 87% of U.S. adults use the Internet, according to a Pew Research Center survey.
NASA announced the discovery of 715 planets orbiting 305 stars, revealing multi-planet systems much like our own solar system.
Aerospace company Terrafugia is working on a robotic, autonomous flying car.
Facebook will shutter its email service next month, and it's likely that not many people will even notice.
People will one day depend on wearable computers to monitor not just their activities but a myriad of data about their health, making the devices basically like a sixth sense.
Got great ideas to solve world problems? Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt just might give you a lot of money for them.
News that Google is working on 3D smartphones has analysts speculating that the company will one day add the tech to a slew of its products, such as Google's Maps, Glass, robots and even virtual reality tools.
If one day a swarm of small flying robots are used to search for survivors after an earthquake, credit may go to a team of Virginia Tech scientists and their study of bats.
NASA wants a humanoid robot that can perform CPR, draw blood and operate on astronauts on the International Space Station or as they travel to Mars.
Facebook may be shelling out $19 billion in cash and stock for the messaging company WhatsApp to stanch the departure of younger users from the social network.