Government scientists have designed a spacecraft called HAMMER that could deflect an incoming asteroid that's on a collision course for Earth. If simply crashing into it won't work, there's always the nuclear option.
A.I. and robotics have came a long way in recent years, but they still have a ways to go before they can improvise and make decisions on the fly. A robot from Tokyo Tech is now making strides in that direction.
We know how drones can hamper firefighters tackling a wildfire from the air, but this is the first time we've heard of a drone actually starting a blaze. The incident occurred last week just north of Flagstaff, Arizona.
With widespread reports of cheap, knock-off Chinese hoverboards exploding, these self-balancing scooters may be getting a rough reputation. They're not all bad, though. Ride in style with our picks for the best -- and safest -- hoverboards
NASA is sending a spacecraft to study the sun this summer, and you could go along for the ride. Sign up at the NASA website to have your name added as a virtual passenger aboard the Parker Solar Probe.
In this gripping documentary from video artist Nixolas, watch herds of SpotMinis in the wild as they battle Mother Nature. Once "apex predators,' the creatures now fight for their very existence in a desolate wasteland.
The malevolent A.I. from sci-fi could find a place on your wall with an authentic HAL-9000 voice assistant. The officially licensed collectible will be released on the 50th anniversary of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Elon Musk revealed that he had received written government approval for The Boring Company to build an underground system that will take commuters from New York to Philadelphia to Baltimore to Washington, D.C. A new video has been unveiled.
A proper electric bike is perfect for a daily commute or trek along the trailhead, with some models offering pedal assistance and a long-range battery. With that said, here are the best electric bikes on the market.
As its orbit continues to decay, we now know when the Tiangong-1 is expected to break apart in the Earth's atmosphere. Some debris from the space station may make it to the ground or slash into the ocean.
In what's being called “the first ever unauthorized launch of commercial satellites,” a startup from former Google and Apple engineers launched four satellites into orbit despite being denied permission by the FCC.