NASA is asking for your help analyzing hundreds of thousands of images that astronauts have taken from space.
From Islands to hotels and treehouses, ideal homes from waste materials
Could this brain-mapping headband help users achieve a state of zen-like calm?
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at the beauty of construction equipment.
See the UFO? No? Try squinting. UFO enthusiasts found interesting specks on recently deployed NASA webcams.
If you're African-American, you might have gotten "the talk."
The #IceBucketChallenge takes on ALS, or Lou Gehrig's Disease. Celebrities, athletes are posting videos of dumping buckets of ice water on social media.
Actress Zelda Williams, daughter of Robin Williams, has quit social media after receiving taunts on the Internet.
For the first time in history, a woman has received the highest honor in mathematics, often nicknamed the Nobel Prize of mathematics.
NASA's NuSTAR telescope array has observed a supermassive black hole's gravity tugging on X-ray light.
Babies are unpredictable, messy and constantly changing. Sleep-deprived parents struggling to make sense of their tiny humans' behaviors are starting to take a scientific approach, collecting data in the hopes of solving problems like not sleeping through the night.
Female techies across Africa are joining forces to help each other break the glass ceiling in a largely male-dominated industry.
Satellite-based surveillance is set to transform law enforcement, but will the good guys suffer as well as the crooks?
Google is shooting for the stars by sponsoring an international competition for innovators to go back to the moon 42 years after man last visited.
Facebook games must note in-app purchase, can't give rewards for a like of their Facebook page.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at what happens when a zebra and a donkey make whoopee.
Radical redesign is 100% reusable, offering more frequent, cheaper and deeper flights into space.
USIS, which provides background checks for the U.S. government, said hackers breached its computer systems.
Two tech companies are offering a free tool to defeat sophisticated malicious software that criminals have used to extract millions of dollars in ransom payments from small businesses and other computer owners.
A new service lets workers access pay they've already earned, without having to wait for payday.
Before you spill your deepest darkest secrets, or plans for world domination, look around you. Is there a gossipy potato chip bag or leafy houseplant?
Bigger iPhone 6 models could be end of gaming apps that are simple and only require one hand to play.
The Gulf of Mexico's annual spring-summer "dead zone" is the size of Connecticut -- slightly smaller now than in recent years.
The creators of an app that helps people send anonymous emails are coming under fire for a PR stunt that didn't quite go as planned.
Instagram celebrity Grandma Betty has died at 80 of lung cancer.
NASA's next rover to Mars will make oxygen and look for farmland.
For 37 years, it has revealed the secrets of our solar system. Here's how Voyager 1 made history.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at delightfully weird set of maternity photos -- of a dude.
A talking robot, hitchBOT, is hitchhiking across Canada from Halifax, Nova Scotia to Victoria, British Columbia.
It started out as a simple concept five years ago. Let people become virtual farmers. And "Farmville" became a social media and gaming phenomenon.
Writer worries that many of his friends are only seeing the news of the Mideast conflict through a Facebook filter.
From typhoon warnings to exploration and conservation, unmanned vessels are revealing the mysteries of the oceans.
For mobile users who text with friends via Facebook, it's almost time to download the social-media giant's dedicated app for doing so, or lose the ability.
On the surface of one of Saturn's icy moons, scientists have discovered the possible existence of a very important, life-sustaining element: liquid water.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at why the French Girls app has gone wild.
Nearly two years ago, modern infrastructure came very close to a serious disruption. The culprit? One of the largest solar storms in recorded history.
Crumbling buildings, burnt-out PCs, potholes, and cracked smartphone screens -- all these damaged goods could soon be distant memories, as a new generation of "self-healing" technologies emerge.
Researchers are creating robots that are building blocks for furniture that moves and assembles itself.
A real invisibility cloak may still be the stuff of fantasy, but scientists have figured out a way to hide objects from touch.
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin says he took the first "space selfie" in 1966 -- and in doing so, he started a space selfie trend.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini explains the Facebook bracelets being worn by sexy people at Tomorrowland.
Real people in video games have always been around, long before Manuel Noriega sued "Call of Duty: Black Ops II."
Newly released 3-D images of two mummified baby mammoths provide a window into the lives of creatures that roamed Siberia 40,000 years ago.
45 years ago man first walked on the moon. Is it time to go back?
The Marine Corps showed off a prototype of its Ultra Heavy-lift Amphibious Connector (UHAC) last week in Hawaii.
Ex-Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega has a message for publishers of "Call of Duty: Black Ops II," which has a mission to catch him: You owe me money
Solar flares and eruptions create dazzling visuals in space, but each burst of energy can also disrupt systems we rely on every day.
Scientists are developing "electronic noses" to detect deadly diseases.
This brings a whole new meaning to the phrase, "You've got a friend in me."
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at a bold plan to split California into six separate states.
High-tech walking canes use ultrasound to let blind people know about their surroundings.
Scientists looking for signs of life in the universe, as well as another planet like our own, say they are a lot closer to their goal than people realize.
In terms of online entertainment, the World Cup seemed to have it all.
CNN held its first iReport interview from outer space with astronaut Steve Swanson of NASA.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at a death metal band playing in an air tight, sound proof cube.
On Nikola Tesla's 158th birthday, it was the effort to build a museum in the influential scientist's honor that got the gift.
Twitter reaction to the Germany vs. Brazil World Cup final was brutal. Here are our favorite funny tweets.
From cute rubber animals to models that include pepper spray and stun guns, here's a look at wacky smartphone cases.
How scientists are using genetic modification to eradicate mosquitoes and wipe out disease.
Zack Brown posted a Kickstarter project with a goal of $10 and a desire to make potato salad. As of Monday, more than 800 backers had pledged $8,000.
There's a website that lies to restaurants, making reservations under fake names, and then sells them to you.
Tractor-trailer drivers, if you're texting while driving in the middle of the freeway, then the future belongs to you.
In Germany, high tech has come to airport parking.
Forget selfies. Those are so 2013.
Your computer and social media accounts can land you in hot water. A look at just some of the ways it can happen.
It was 35 years ago Tuesday that Sony, not Apple, revolutionized the way we listen to music with the Walkman.
Shadow app seeks to connect users with their dreams by waking the user during their sleep and inviting them to record their memories.
NASA launched a satellite to study climate change on Wednesday, shooting the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) into space.
A NASA mission to study climate change was scrubbed Tuesday because of water flow issue in the launch pad.
They came up just short in their knockout-round match with Belgium on Tuesday. But online, Team USA is already a World Cup winner.
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If you want to drive on Mars, you are going to need a very large sand pit to prepare.
Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide facing federal hacking charges, is subject of "The Internet's Own Boy" documentary.
A Los Angeles County flying firefighter reveals the battle tactics behind the Firehawk super chopper, as California braces for wildfires.
Orion, NASA's newest manned spaceship, is readying for its first mission in December.
A new wave of mobile apps are simplifying the parking process by letting drivers rent spaces from their phones.
Italian designer Michele Anoe has won the 3D Printed Car Design Challenge with his Strati concept.
Aereo, the Web startup that captured shows from broadcast airwaves, is essentially dead after a Supreme Court ruling Wednesday.
When the Library of Congress comes to mind, most of us don't think of movies, TV shows or old-school vinyl.
A year is a very long time on Mars -- 687 days. NASA's Curiosity rover can attest that it's plenty enough time for some unexpected life changes.
iPhone screens are about to get a lot bigger, if a new report is to be believed.
Google already is a major player in search, online mapping, social networking and other key functions of the Web. Now it wants to sell domain names, too.
It takes a special person to join Mensa.
An eye implant is restoring vision in blind people. But what do they see?
Sydney Opera house dressed in snakeskin? Projection mapping makes any part of the environment a living canvas.
Here's one way to make your iPhone hacker-proof: Ask hackers for advice.
World Cup 2014 on Facebook and Twitter is the most popular social-media event ever.
There are two good reasons to own a giant trampoline.
Doctors are cooling trauma patients' bodies to ward off the potential damage caused by loss of blood and oxygen.
Rumored for years, the long-awaited smartwatch from Apple may finally become reality in a few months.
You can only keep them for a week. But T-Mobile is handing out free iPhones, along with a trial run of its service, in its latest unorthodox promotion.
Those early birds who start their day with a visit to Facebook were met Thursday morning with a rare error message: The social media giant appeared to be down.
An Amazon Fire phone feature, Firefly, identifies QR codes, bar codes and other ways to shop in Amazon's online store.
As expected, Facebook has launched Slingshot, a Snapchat-like mobile app that lets users trade ephemeral video- and photo-based messages.
As we're seeing with ISIS in Iraq, bullets and bombs in the digital age often are augmented by tweets.
The Internet has taken advantage of every opportunity to turn Hillary Clinton's words and actions into memes.
Makers of virtual-reality headsets such as Oculus Rift say that games, not consoles, will drive the VR experience.