Game Boy Flask Usually I think gaming accessories like this are tacky, but, ha, Game Boy Flask. Classic. Send it to the of-age non-alcohol-dependent person you care about. $20
We might even choose the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible over the Coupe.
Uruguay became the first country to legalize the growing, sale and smoking of marijuana on Tuesday, a pioneering social experiment that will be closely watched by other nations debating drug liberalization.
A Canadian firm by the name of Dubuc Super Light Car has come out with a kit car that offers fans of performance driving an affordable and lightweight sports model.
Fans of "Family Guy" were really upset when the Fox series killed off the family dog Brian at the end of November.
A U.S. spacecraft hasn’t made a controlled landing on the moon since Apollo 17 left the lunar surface on Dec. 14, 1972. That’s about to change.
For decades, the space race was seen as being mostly about national pride. Getting there first mattered most, whereas pushing the frontiers of science and technology took a close second.
At car shows and in TV commercials, automakers like to brag about their “radical engineering.” But there’s nothing radical about the automotive business.
In an out-of-the-way Google office, two life-size humanoid robots hang suspended in a corner.
The novelty of flying cars never materialized. But flying novels are right around the corner.
NASA is partnering with the billionaire-backed company Planetary Resources Inc., to launch asteroid-hunting competitions, and they want your help.
The agency that oversees development in the San Francisco Bay in California has begun a formal investigation into the construction of a secretive Google Inc barge on an island in the bay.
iPad Art - Morgan Freeman Finger Painting
Lady Gaga debuted her Jeff Koons' designed "Artpop" album cover on a Times Square billboard, wore an actual flying dress for the record's launch party, and gave a couple of weirdly sexual live performances with R. Kelly for her single "Do What U Want
After almost a year of tinkering, CNN Worldwide President Jeff Zucker has concluded that a news channel cannot subsist on news alone.
Marco Crispini set out to build a Bitcoin exchange — a place where people could buy and sell the world’s most popular digital currency — but then he realized just how difficult that would be.
Because of heightened EPA regulations, Doe Run Company's Herculaneum lead smelter in Herculaneum, Missouri—the last U.S. smelter of its kind—is closing its doors on December 31, 2013.
According to the National Retail Federation, Americans spent an average of 4 percent less over the four day Thanksgiving weekend than they did last year.
Remember the Seralini study, with those gruesome images of GMO-fed rats that were engulfed by horrific tumors?
Applebee's plans to introduce tablets at every restaurant by the end of 2014, according to USA Today.
Stockholm-based KnCMiner sold $8 million worth of their new $10,000-a-pop bitcoin miners in 24 hours last Wednesday, according to KnC spokesman Alex Lawn.
It looks like Microsoft will be closely linking all three of its consumer devices, Windows, Windows Phone, and Xbox One, sometime in 2015 when it releases its next big Windows update, codenamed "Threshold."
In another blow to the Constitution, the Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a case by Amazon and Overstock.com challenging a law that requires online retailers to collect sales tax in states where they have no physical presence.
Amazon.com is working on a way to get packages to customers in 30 minutes or less — via self-guided drone.
In a cultural context where idealists have linked social media to democracy, egalitarianism, and participation, the tech scene in Silicon Valley considers itself to be exceptional.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk explains how he makes his adventurous ideas happen, and how he manages to get people rally behind them. Watch an excerpt from his interview from our Ignition conference.
Alligators. Albert Einstein. Big Brother. Big Blue Meanies. John Lennon. A Mac that looks like a person. A PC that looks like dork. Wrestlers. Robots. And, yes, Gisele Bundchen.
The CEO of Box is building an online file storage system designed to reshape industries.
The search giant says patents are rubbish. Yet it’s accumulating more of them than ever.
Jesse Ventura Q: "You Want A Revolution In America?" A: "YES! ABSOLUTELY!"