A British man will start camping out for the next iPhone next week, using it as a chance for free marketing and a social experiment.
The new, updated version of Twitter is now being used by all users, whether they want to or not.
NASA researchers have discovered new evidence that reveals that the building blocks of DNA — and thus, the building blocks of life itself — may have come to Earth from meteorites.
AOL managed to beat Wall Street's expectations after posting a 14 percent jump in display advertising revenue, but still lost money in the second quarter.
New video explores the possibilities of a Portal-enabled Mega Man adventure.
Toy line for Real Steel reveals more boxing 'bots from the upcoming film.
Printing 3-D spacecraft and debris-pushing air guns are among the new NASA projects receiving funding.
As London continues to smolder after three long nights of devastating riots, authorities and concerned citizens are using the Internet to help bring looters and other criminals to justice.
Social networks come to the rescue to help organize community efforts.
New regulation will cut tractor-trailer emissions by as much as 20 percent.
A report on Monday suggests music lovers in the US are taking to Spotify, with 1.4 million joining the service in less than a month. Of those, 175,000 are believed to be paying for the service.
The overnight blaze at Sony's sole UK distribution depot for CDs and DVDs could affect deliveries, the company has said.
Chinese authorities are beginning to take action against unauthorized Apple stores in the country, with rogue traders in Beijing being told to cover up the Cupertino company's logo.
The Joker's men had no problem using zip lines to get into a Gotham City bank, but Chinese criminals weren't that lucky. Officials bust up a smuggling ring that simply hates paying taxes.
Trekkie King Abdullah II of is bringing a Star Trek ride to the country's planned theme park in 2014.