Apple's iPhone 5 will get all the attention this month, but here are some lesser-known innovations whose time has also come
Rovers that ride winds on Venus, robots that roll like tumbleweeds and other wild ideas for exploring space
Scientists are taking a closer look at the extremely rare people who remember everything from their pasts. And yes, their brains are different.
The hub of Richard Branson's plans for Virgin Galactic, where tourists and scientists alike take off for the great beyond
More and more top American universities are offering courses online for free. Going to college will never be the same again
Sensors in sports shoes get all the attention, but other devices can identify you by how you walk and help Alzheimer’s patients find their way home
Along with motion-sensing cameras and projectors creating augmented reality, they'll likely be among the tools training chefs of the future
We still have to wait a bit for Google Goggles, but augmented reality is moving mainstream, even bringing museum dinosaurs to life
Some think that little computer you carry around with you is about to bring a sea change in the doctor-patient relationship. Is data power?
Soon new cars will have Internet access so carmakers are developing ways to reduce distractions. Like turning on the radio with the wink of an eye
Landsat satellites have been taking photos of Earth for a long time, but only now can you watch zoomable, time-lapse images of the planet's transformation.
Researchers have made a flurry of discoveries related to memory loss recently. But will they really help us find a way to keep brains from shutting down?
The Natural History museum offers an inside look at the dramatic rescue of men trapped half a mile underground in a Chilean copper mine
Researchers found that when it comes to building social networks, people much prefer someone who likes to cooperate over a person who looks out for himself
Changes are on the way that should ease the grim gauntlet of long lines, security checks and cramped seats
Now you can reportedly track what your brain has been doing all night, all in the name of a good night's sleep
Experts say a changing battlefield prompts calls for increasing emotional intelligence as well as technical prowess
It's time to say good-bye to the iconic, but inefficient incandescent bulb and welcome in LEDs
The Ford Motor Company envisioned a Batmobile in every garage.
When the lunar module landed on the moon, it provided an unforgettable moment for the millions watching back on Earth
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