These awesome flying robots are taking unmanned flight in new directions. Watch them hover like a bee, flap like a bird and bounce like a ball.
Meet Marita Cheng, one of Australia's brightest young scientists changing the way we think about robots.
Microsoft researchers are developing a bra with sensors that could monitor a woman's emotional state to combat overeating.
Apple's fingerprint sensor, Touch ID, is the flagship feature on the iPhone 5S. But it doesn't always work the way it should.
A SpaceX rocket with a 7,000-pound communications satellite lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, Tuesday after two earlier launch dates were scrubbed.
A Utah couple is facing a $3,500 fine and a damaged credit score for doing what many people do after a bad purchasing experience: posting an online review.
News Alert: Some things you read on the Internet are not true. Viral hoaxes on social media still move fast, though.
The Internet is having fun with the news that Amazon wants to use drones to deliver packages.
When Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced that his company plans to start offering 30-minute delivery via drone-like "octocopters," imaginations were stoked.
Cyber Monday, the fake online-shopping holiday begun eight years ago, has many retailers offering discounts.
350,000 followers agree: no one does selfies quite like NASA.
Helen Marriage and her company, Artichoke, stage large-scale public art spectacles throughout the UK.
Apparently there will be no discounts at Apple Stores on Black Friday. Instead: gift cards.
Picture this scene: an iPad resting on a table with the familiar 2D image from a video call on the screen.
In theory, Origami is simple: Take a sheet of paper, follow the dotted lines and without the use of scissors or glue, you've got a paper crane. It stands to reason that if you're good at following instructions, you're good at origami.
A new music startup is providing an easy away for Nigerian music fans to access their favorite songs.
With less than a month until Christmas, toy retail experts are tipping flying robots to be among this year's "must-have" gifts.
Compare the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Wii U before hitting the Black Friday video game console sales.
An electric helicopter -- powered by 18 propellers -- has made its maiden flight. Could it be the future of urban transport?
A mutant fungus is killing amphibians everywhere, threatening with extinction a frog species named for Darwin.
From tablets to cameras to an iPhone robot, here's a roundup of gadget gift ideas for the holidays.
The quarter century-old tradition got a makeover this year.
ISON, the most closely watched comet in recent years, may be falling apart as it nears its close encounter with the sun.
From fighting terrorism to processing payments in the blink of an eye, facial recognition is set to change our ideas on privacy.
Some gamers on Xbox Live are getting suspended for uploading cursing in videos of themselves on the Upload Studio.
It's mind-boggling to look at paintings from the 14th and 15th centuries and think that artists like Leonardo da Vinci created such vibrant portraits using nothing more than a free hand and the naked eye -- when just 100 years before, two-point perspective was unknown. If you're David Hockney, who's been a seminal figure in modern painting since the 1960s, you literally can't believe it.
A new book, "Earth from Space," contains 150 satellite photos emphasizing the beauty, fragility of our planet.
With 7.1 billion mouths to feed, and plenty more on the way, the world needs to find new ways to feed its citizens.
Access to clean water, shelter, warmth and sanitation is a matter of life of death in the days and weeks after an earthquake, tsunami, flood or tornado.
Apple has bought PrimeSense, an Israeli 3-D-sensor company that helped build Microsoft's motion-control system Kinect.
If you've ever wished your GPS had a sense of humor, Waze has a solution.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at Shreddies, a new fart-filtering underwear.
Africa's smartphone market is driving new gaming apps, featuring everything from Zombie killers to cheeky snails.
The XBox One from Microsoft hit stores a week after rival Sony's PlayStation 4 release.
Commercial air travel is already filled with annoyances like shrinking personal space, overpriced meals and frequent delays. Will phone calls be next?
Attempting to reinvent the wheel is the ultimate in design folly. But this didn't stop object designer Duncan Fitzsimmons from giving it a go.
NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg speaks to CNN after 166-day mission in space.
A self-professed Apple fanatic, Jonathan Zufi couldn't find a photo book of Apple products. So he made his own.
Sprint tumbled to last place in this year's Consumer Reports rankings for wireless service providers, which are based on a survey of users.
Look to the heavens along the East Coast on Tuesday night, and you might be able to see the Air Force blast 29 satellites into orbit at once.
With some enhancements, Airplane Mode could help us put better boundaries between our online and offline lives.
Researchers are using ultra high-speed cameras to study hummingbird flight, so they can build better flying robots.
Wireless carriers are pushing back against a kill switch feature, which would allow smartphone owners to disable their stolen devices remotely.
Apple is developing iPhones with curved-glass screens and enhanced sensors that detect different levels of pressure, according to a new report.
The rumors were true. A day after we reported on the implications of Samsung's flexible display technology, we have images of the first fruits of its labors.
A meteorite from Mars, found in the Sahara Desert, has preserved materials from its home planet that are 4.4 billion years old.
Our reliance on computer algorithms may be narrowing our choices and taking serendipity out of the equation.
Introducing SkyCall -- a flying robot that guides you to your destination, all at the touch of a button.
Even as it celebrates brisk sales of its new PlayStation 4, Sony is offering help to gamers experiencing problems with the next-generation gaming console.
New images show details of Apple's proposed new headquarters, a 2.8-million-square-foot spaceship-like building in Cupertino, California.
Advanced technology is helping preserve historical documents like the Gettysburg Address.
Billions of years ago Mars probably looked more like Earth does now, with clouds and oceans and a much thicker atmosphere. But now it's a barren, frozen desert.
Yahoo has announced its own plans to encrypt all information that travels between data centers by early next year.
Google says it will replace a Google Maps image after a California father complained it shows the body of his teen-age son, who was shot to death in 2009.
Report: The bigger its screen, the more tempting it is to use a smartphone for watching movies, as a GPS device or to check social media.
NASA is launching a spacecraft, called MAVEN, in the first mission dedicated to studying Mars' upper atmosphere.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at how some commuters in Russia are doing squats for subway rides.
Playstation 4 launch draws fans to lines all over North America, kicking off the rivalry with Xbox One.
Google had more requests for user information in the first half of this year from the United States than any period before
Next-generation video game consoles are nearly upon us, and with them will come increased power and cutting-edge developer tech.
A judge dismissed a class-action lawsuit against Google's book-scanning program on Thursday.
Two researchers at the University of Toronto have found a new way to cloak an object using tiny antennas.
Facebook App "What Would I Say?" randomly generates status updates that are like poetry.
Compare the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, from Sony and Microsoft. Release date for both gaming consoles is approaching.
A San Francisco ice cream stand treats customers in 90 seconds by means of a "super, super cold" mixer.
Netflix users who stream video to their televisions will be seeing a major overhaul in the next few days.
Google is seeking a patent for a temporary electronic tattoo that would stick to the user's throat.
How will the world be powered when we can't rely on fossil fuels? With volcanoes, waves solar power from space
Nick Veasey uses X-ray machines to take revealing photos of large metal objects such as guns, cars and robots.
In something of a surprise move, Apple began selling its new iPad Mini on Tuesday.
Introducing GimBall -- a flying robot modeled on insects, which may change search and rescue missions forever.
Researchers have found a way to figure out what personal identification number, or PIN, someone is typing into their smartphone by using the device's built-in cameras and microphones to secretly record them.
A team of three 20-year-old programmers has created Health Sherpa, an alternative to using the government healthcare website.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at cats in clothes.
Want to cut your bills by $1000? Invest in an OrbSys shower, the shower that recycles 90% of water and 80% energy every time you wash
A 2,000-pound European satellite burned up as it re-entered Earth's atmosphere early Monday, controllers report.
A European satellite that ran out of fuel will fall in the next few days, and fragments of the disintegrating spacecraft are expected to strike the surface.
Some YouTube commenters are angry with the new Google+ commenting system
A Texas company, Solid Concepts, says it has made the first metal gun using a 3-D printer.
People of the Internet, make yourself comfortable on the couch. Google would like to psychoanalyze you.
More repair options may be coming to iPhone users at Apple retail stores.
Pop quiz: What buttons are seen more than 22 billion times every day, embedded on 7.5 million websites?
Google has finally broken its silence on the mysterious structure atop a barge floating in the San Francisco Bay.
As the newly public social platform rolls out to investors Thursday, we take a look at the surprise stars of Twitter.
If only Blockbuster could rewind back to the 1990s. Videotape rental chain was at peak then; now it's done, thanks to DVDs, streaming, Internet.
Teens and young adults are snapping "selfies," or self-portraits, while driving and posting them online.
A new submersible robot called OpenROV -- sort of an underwater drone -- could open up undersea exploration
For a big chunk of the Cold War, the U.S. Air Force turned to the SR-71 Blackbird for many of its most important spy missions. The jet-black jet could fly at more than three times the speed of sound at altitudes of 85,000 feet, faster and higher than anything adversaries had to counter it.
Apple is opening up about how many government requests it gets for customer information.
Two weeks after Apple announced a new iPad Mini, shoppers are no closer to knowing when the tablet might hit stores.
California-Berkeley and University of Hawaii astronomers, using Kepler telescope data, estimate there are tens of billions habitable planets in our galaxy.
Google launched a new tool called Helpouts on Tuesday where people can pay to get help from experts over a live video chat similar to Google Hangouts.
The International Linear Collider might unite all the theories of physics into one 'theory of everything'
Nearly one in 10 U.S. adults get news from Twitter, and they tend to be younger, more educated and more mobile than news consumers overall, says a new report.
If there's one major point of emphasis for Apple's new desktop operating system, it's battery life.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at how hanging with groups makes you more attractive.
Facebook acknowledges that teen users are becoming less active on the site
Amazon is launching a program that releases select books to Kindle readers a month before they go on sale to everyone else.
Samsung tablets have edged iPads for the first time in JD Power's biannual customer-satisfaction survey, although some observers say the results don't add up.
San Francisco Bay barge is, indeed, Google Barge, will be showroom for Google Glass.