New rules for the commercial operation of drones went into effect on Monday. The new framework eliminates time-consuming application procedures for businesses keen on making use of the technology, though it doesn't help Amazon and its Prime…
NASA’s Juno mission completed the first of its 36 planned orbital flybys of Jupiter over the weekend, a maneuver that brought the spacecraft about 2,600 miles above the noxious Jovian clouds at a speed of 130,000 miles per hour.
New Kickstarter project EyeForce wants to beat the established giants of virtual reality by doubling the field of vision offered by headsets from Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Can it do it? Its creator sounds confident.
After unveiling a bit about his AI butler back in June, Mark Zuckerberg says the system is nearly ready to show the public, and that it currently only responds to commands from him without recognizing his wife's voice.
It's obvious that the team at Roboeve spent more time watching cartoons instead of science fiction when they created the Xpider. Not only is it the world's smallest programmable robotic spider, it's also one of the cutest.
New FAA regulations apply to commercial drones -- so what do professional photographers need to do to legally operate a drone? Along with a few new rules about when and where you can fly, there's a new testing standard in place.
Since August 29, 2015, the team lived in close proximity and near isolation, without fresh air or fresh food. They researchers had limited internet access and privacy, and were only permitted to leave the dome while wearing spacesuits.
More than 10 years fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan have radically reshaped our armed forces, and technology like drones, sensors and even more advanced fighter jets will make the next 10 years full of even more surprises.
Amtrak is set to invest $2.45 billion in new trains and station improvements for the route between Boston and Washington D.C. The faster, sleeker trains are set to arrive in 2021, which also happens to be when Hyperloop One wants…
Sometimes scientists make discovers where they least expect them but, from the get-go, astrophysicist Shawn Bishop of the Technical University in Munich was confident his supernova was somewhere on the ocean floor.