Why Norway Is Ditching FM Radio
Norway will be first country to kill FM radio when transition begins in 2017.
What's in Store for Computers Over the Next 50 Years
Can theory explaining why computers get faster, cheaper continue to hold true?
Mark Zuckerberg's Pet Project Takes a Hit
Why Mark Zuckerberg's free Internet plan is facing some backlash.
Japan's Maglev Train Breaks Own Speed Record at 603 Kph
Japan's maglev, fastest train in world, breaks own speed record at 603 kph (375 mph)
Loch Ness Monster Feted in Google Doodle
Nessie sightings are even pooping up on Google Street View.
Japan Mulls 2018 Moon Landing, Seeks to Keep up With Rivals
Japan's space agency seeks support for 2018 moon landing in bid to keep pace with China, India
Agency Proposes Lifting Protections for Most Humpback Whales
Federal agency proposes removing most of world's humpback whales from endangered species list
European Physicist Discusses Higgs Boson at Brown University
Head of international research organization discusses Higgs boson at Brown University
Nuclear Waste Drums Appear Stable After Signs of Reactions
Nuclear waste drums at US lab appear stable after signs of chemical reactions, officials say
Police: Utah Man Arrested After Video of Violent Cat Beating
Police: Utah man arrested after violent cat beating caught on surveillance video
Stanford, Harvard Researchers to Share $500K Medical Prize
Stanford, Harvard scientists to share $500,000 prize for work on new research technologies
Twitter Update Lets Anyone Send You a Private Message
New update lets users communicate privately without following each other.
NASA: Death Star May Have Shredded Planet
The event occurred at the edge of the Milky Way.
Skype Translator Now Fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Italian
How to have a real-time video conference without speaking the same language.
Snapchat Reveals How Often Law Enforcement Asked for Data
Snapchat releases first ever transparency report.
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.
Remember Those Embarrassing Myspace Photos? Myspace Does ...
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.
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: Twitter Expanding Its Direct Messaging Feature
Users can now send private messages to anyone on the site, even if they are not following each other.
Watch: Detroit Zoo Has a Powerful Plan
The zoo is planning to turn manure into reusable energy.
Watch: Techbytes: WhatsApp Reaches 800 Million Active Users
Experts predict the popular instant messaging application will reach 1 billion users by the end of this year.
Watch: Apple Watch Availability Date Change
Apple Watch will not be available to buy in stores on April 24, 2015.
Watch: Which Smartphone Is the Most Durable?
Smartphone durability comparison test lands the Galaxy S6 as top-ranked device.
Watch: Techbytes: Recharging Batteries, 1 Step at a Time
Military to introduce the kinetic boot, footwear that generates electricity with each footstep.
Watch: Introducing The Kinetic Boot
Researchers are working on high-tech footwear that generates electricity with each step.
Watch: SpaceX Dragon Lifts Off on Mission to Refuel Space Station Supplies
Dr. David Alexander, Director of Rice University's Space Institute, guides us through the launch of the SpaceX Dragon launch...
Watch: Inside Alan Turing's World War II Era Notebook
The 56-page notebook belonging to the British code breaker was sold at auction in New York City for $1 million.
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 Leo Tolstoy's 186th Birthday
Google pays homage to the author's classics in a doodle slideshow.
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 Photos??
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: Astronauts' Space Outpost Glows in the Dark
Spacecraft telescopes 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: Baby Chick Hitches a Ride on Mom
Absolutely adorable 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.