Ohio doctors insert microchip into Ian Burkhart's brain allowing him to move hand for first time since accident
The first set of high-resolution results from ESA's 3-satellite Swarm constellation reveals the most recent changes in the magnetic field that protects our planet providing complex workings of Earth's magnetic field, which safeguards us
The odds are you can't make out the PIN of that guy with the sun glaring obliquely off his iPad's screen across the coffee shop.
New technology could help doctors to diagnose rare genetic disorders through face-recognition software similar to that used in modern handheld cameras.
Do you have $85,000 and want to impress all your friends?
But what if you could build an electric car so light that you could (if you were so inclined) lift it with your hands, with a range in the thousands of miles, and that was still as structurally strong as a normal car? Or what if you could build a bri
It can open its jaw 180 degrees, and fire it like a beartrap at the ground to launch itself into the air.
For the first time since 1994, the polio virus has been detected in Brazil, the World Health Organization said Monday.
Air Force leaders are in the early stages of planning the service's next-generation drone fleet that could reshape the Air Force's entire fleet and continue to lower the number of airborne pilots, service officials said.
BP (NYSE: BP ) has provided an intriguing update to its global oil reserves estimate in the company's latest yearly review of energy statistics.
A California study out Monday found that pregnant women who live near farms where pesticides are applied had a two-thirds higher risk of having children with autism.
University of South Florida to allow students to check out drones.
Dutch researcher Jalila Essaidi has bio-engineered a bullet proof material using spider silk, grown from goat milk, and human skin. They tested it with a reduced velocity .22 caliber bullet. This is all well and good, but it does not help with trauma
The U.S. Supreme Court is riding shotgun with Tesla Motors down the open road.
When planning a road trip or buying a new house, it has become routine to scope out the area on Google Maps.
S. African firm's Skunk drone can fire 80 pepper-spray bullets per second.
Eye implant claims to give patients pin-sharp focus whether you're looking just inches away or to the horizon
The concept of free will could be little more than the result of background noise in the brain, according to a recent study.
How Mike Cassidy of Google's Project Loon wants to get internet airborne.
Google Glass? Oculus Rift? Those are old ideas.
New technology could be twice as efficient at converting sunlight to electricity.
Electric skateboards can be a great way to get around town, but it's a different story when it's time to get off the board.
As regular readers will know, we cover more than our fair share of breakthroughs promising next-generation super-efficient solar cells.
Once doomed to a life of darkness, dozens of people stricken by retinal diseases are rediscovering a world of light as scientists push ahead on cures for blindness.
Scientists at Yale may have discovered quite the off-label use for an FDA-approved arthritis drug. During a trial, which stretched for eight months, a 25-year-old man with almost no hair on his body grew a full head following treatment with the dr
Washington (AFP) - Google and Microsoft plan to join Apple in introducing theft-deterring "kill switches" in their smartphone operating systems, as part of an agreement with mayors and police agencies.
For so long we've been surrounded by uniformly-shaped electronic devices that it's hard to think of them being any other shape than rectangular.
Most athletes know when they have been seriously injured, by the intense sense of pain in the affected area.
It's a future we've long dreamed of: colonizing other planets.
Technology has the potential to create "fearless monsters"