How to Spend the Summer Without Facebook
"99 Days of Freedom" campaign urges people to take a break from Facebook.
Scientist Untangles Mystery of Jumbled Headphones
This simple fix could change your life.
NASA Mission Captures Video of Massive Solar Fireworks
In days leading up to 4th of July, video captures mesmerizing solar activity.
US Officials: Dinosaurs Returning Home to Mongolia
US authorities: Enough dinosaurs to stock a museum in Mongolia are on their way there
Questions and Answers About Saltwater Spills
Questions and answers about spills of saltwater generated by oil and natural gas production
Cleanup Area Extends Nearly 2 Miles After ND Spill
Cleanup area nearly 2 miles down ravine after ND saltwater spill; separated pipe suspected
Ohio Company Wins Rights to Shipwreck's Gold
Ohio company wins rights to treasure of 1857 shipwreck embroiled in decades-long legal battle
Verizon Adds 1.4M Long-Term Wireless Plans in 2Q
Verizon says it added more than 1.4 million long-term wireless subscribers in 2nd quarter
Los Alamos to Get New Supercomputer
Los Alamos National Laboratory to get new supercomputer to manage nuclear stockpile
FTC Sues Amazon Over Kids' App Charges
FTC sues Amazon over children's unauthorized in-app charges
Robot Writes Torah at Berlin's Jewish Museum
Robot writes Torah at Berlin's Jewish Museum _ faster than rabbi but not for synagogue use
UK Govt Seeks Data Retention Law After EU Verdict
UK govt seeks law to make phone, Internet companies store data for a year to help authorities
Google Co-Founder: People Shouldn't Have to Work So Much
Larry Page envisions a world where everyone has a part-time job.
Boston Gets Wired With 'Soofas'
How these high tech park benches are transforming the city.
8 Numbers Identity Thieves Want to Steal From You
Here are eight numbers that thieves are gunning for.
How to Adjust the Filter Strength in Your Instagram Photos
Ability to adjust filter strength and more in latest update.
Is the Word 'Mormon' Really Trademarked?
The Church of Latter-Day Saints is in a dispute with a Mormon dating site.
Rich, Thriving, Busy: Where Hot Or Not's Co-Founders Are Today
Jim Young and James Hong are alive, well, rich and dabbling in new media.
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Maybe you shouldn't have posted them in the first place.
Is Air Travel Becoming 'for Rich People' Only?
Rising costs of airfare may price out travelers in the future.
The Sacrifices and Secrets of Astronaut Sally Ride
A new biography details the life of the first US woman in space.
WhatsApp's Co-founder Is Upset About Apple's New Messaging Features
In today’s Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple rolled out a few new features for its iMessage app, including audio and...
Watch: Campaign Challenges Facebook Users to Disconnect
Online initiative called "99 Days of Freedom" encourages users to live without Facebook for three months.
Watch: TechBytes: Data Breach, LG
The Federal government says that a Chinese group has broken into records for Federal Workers.
Watch: Prostitute Arrested in Tech Exec's Heroin Death
Alix Tichelman, 26, is accused of leaving Forrest Hayes to die after injecting him with a fatal dose of heroin.
Watch: TechBytes: Universal Internet, Toothbrush
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg says that the internet should be available to everyone.
Watch: TechBytes: Tablets, ISIS
Tablet sales are expected to exceed PC sales.
Watch: Amazon Joins Ranks of Top 10 US Retailers
A first for an online retailer, Amazon.com ranks among 10 biggest US companies.
Photos: The Playstation 4 and Xbox One, Back to Back
Learn about the latest video game systems from Sony and Microsoft.
Photos: Windows 8.1: Microsoft's Big Update Explained in Photos
Small tweaks and additions improve Microsoft's tablet and computer operating sys
Photos: Nokia Through The Years
Which phone did you own?
Photos: 3D Print Everything
The most unbelievable objects made with a 3D printer.
Photos: Google Doodle Celebrates "The Human Computer"
Google pays homage to Shakuntala Devi, "the human computer."
Photos: Moto X: Motorola's Made-in-America Smartphone
How the Moto X is made.
Photos: Best Supermoon Pics From Around the World
The moon on its elliptical orbit is at its closest point to earth.
Photos: Google I/O in Photos
Google announced updates to maps and new music and messaging services.
Photos: Seahorse Armor Inspire Robotic Designs
Seahorse Armor Inspire Robotic Designs
Photos: Postcards From Mars
Opportunity rover still going after 8 years on Martian surface.
Photos: Build Your Own Cellphone
Build Your Own Cellphone
Photos: Facebook Home and HTC First in PhotosÃ‚Â
A look at Facebook's new software and the first phone to run it.
Photos: Mars Rover Cuts Into Rock
Mars Curiosity rover looks for chemical signs of past life.
Photos: Tech Toys of the 1990s
Remember These? Some of the best '90s Tech Toys.
Photos: SXSW: Geeks Hit Up Austin
Enthusiasts check out the latest in emerging technology.
Photos: NASA Spacecraft Gives Amazing Look at Saturn's Moons
NASA's spacecraft offer rare looks at the Solar System and beyond.
Photos: BlackBerry Past: Which Did You Own?
BlackBerry dominated for years, then was beaten by iPhone and Android.
Photos: This Little Kitty Is Purrmanently Sad
The absolute cutest baby animals!
Photos: Behind Microsoft's New Tablet
Microsoft Surface: Behind Microsoft's New Tablet
Photos: Inside Google
A look behind the scenes at the physical heart of the Internet.
Photos: 1st iPhone Prototypes Revealed
Court documents reveal photos of early iPhone prototypes
Photos: 10 Women Who Broke the Glass Ceiling
Marissa Mayer, new Yahoo CEO, is the latest woman to lead a major company.