You can teach a robot how to drive a car, but you can't teach humanity how to relax and let our robot overlords take over. Google's self-driving car got into a scrape this week due to a human.
Movirtu plans to change the way people with only mobile phone access socialize and do business.
Facial recognition software has made face-searching possible.
Anonymous, LulzSec and Wikileaks were all nominated for the Pwnie for Epic 0wnage, but who won?
Dan Kaminsky's N00ter tells users if they're getting the squeeze.
New evidence points to the existence of flowing water just beneath the surface of Mars, which increases the possibility that life exists on the Red Planet.
A new approach has been developed that may eradicate all viruses before they can infect more cells.
MCHIP shows off disease testing device that fits in a wallet.
With the help of LEDs, el-wires and a talented software engineer, the Team iLuminate dance crew is taking "America's Got Talent" competition by storm.
A pair of Israeli scientists claim to have developed the first-ever "100 percent accurate" date-rape drug detector.
A study shows that a chemical in grapes and red wine helps protect the skin from the damaging effects of the sun.
A South Korean team has developed a beagle that glows green using genetic manipulation.
The Digital Economy Act, which would have put pressure on ISPs to block pirate sites, is dead while ripping lives.
Researchers in Great Britain have designed, printed and launched a plane in less than a week.
NASA invited 150 of its Twitter followers at random to attend the launch of the Juno spacecraft, which is heading to Jupiter.