Experts say they may have found a way to turn ISIS's hubris against them. According to a new report from Defense One, traffic spikes on YouTube videos may be able to help predict the extremist group's next attacks.
Some of Britain's most iconic sights will soon serve a greater purpose than being the backdrop in your Instagram photo. Bar Works, a co-working company, is planning on turning classic red telephone boxes into mini offices.
Biotech company Lung Biotechnology announced it was partnering with Ehang to adapt the 184 drone for the transportation of organs instead of passengers. If the company can pull it off, the method could change the organ donor market in the…
3Doodler, the company that created the world's first handheld 3D printing pen, is back with a new version of its flagship product. The new 3Doodler Create will replace the now retired 3Doodler 2.0, adding more refinements than you can count…
The Marianas Trench is full of secrets. A 69-day expedition is underway to study the ecosystem of the region as well as to map the areas surrounding the trench itself, and you can watch it all on a live stream, courtesy of NOAA.
Apple's latest patent, awarded on Wednesday, indicates new functionality for the Apple Pencil, including Touch ID security, LiveScribe-like digitization, and hot-swappable writing nibs, any or all of which may be coming soon to the popular…
Happen to be an iPhone user? You also happen to use the most influential gadget ever released, according to Time Magazine's new list. Other Apple products, including the Macintosh and iPod, also made the list.
With a budding solar industry and bipartisan support in its government, the city of San Diego has enacted the Climate Action Plan, an initiative designed to have the city operating on 100 percent renewable energy by 2035.
Think your dog likes being hugged? Think again. According to psychologist and author Stanley Coren, dogs actually don't like being hugged, and the evidence is in the most obvious place -- the lovely dog photos you post online.
Today, the robotic smart toy company Leka launched an Indiegogo campaign to develop a new toy for children with developmental disorders, seeking to change the way youngsters learn, play, and progress in our tech-forward age.