Imagine if going through airport security was just a matter of walking past a stretch of wall. No pat-downs, no X-rays, no metal detectors, and no need to remove any clothing. FULL STORY
Filed under: Innovation
He says his favorite dessert is hot apple pie with ice cream on top. That he maintains his beard using shampoo, scented oils, and a comb. And that the day he fell in love was the day he embraced Islam. FULL STORY
Apple has finally been granted regulatory approval by the Chinese government to sell the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. FULL STORY
Filed under: Tech Biz
Potato salad is a cause worthy of charitable donations. FULL STORY
In the past week, social network Ello gained much more traction than even its seven founders anticipated. FULL STORY
Imagine you could tell Romeo that he doesn't need to take the poison to be with Juliet, warn Streetcar's Blanche Dubois not to rely on the kindness of strangers, or suggest that Jonathan Harker take his vacation somewhere other than Transylvania. FULL STORY
Chinese censors appear to have blocked access to Instagram after images of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong flooded the social media app. FULL STORY
Say hello to the bash bug, a lesson in why Internet-connected devices are inherently unsafe. FULL STORY
John Collison thinks it should be as easy to move money around the Internet as it is to move information. FULL STORY
The creators of the "Call of Duty" video game franchise on Monday filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit by former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, who says the 2012 video game "Call of Duty: Black Ops II" has damaged his reputation. FULL STORY
Filed under: Gaming & Gadgets
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says the company is pulling its support of a conservative political group because he believes it is lying on climate change. FULL STORY
Those long lines at Apple Stores around the world translated into record iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus sales over the weekend. FULL STORY
Take a look around you, and in your mind's eye, randomly wipe out all but a small fraction of what you can see. Pretend the vast rest of reality is there but invisible. FULL STORY
Larry Ellison, the top-paid CEO and fifth-richest person in the world, now has a bit more time to live his extraordinarily glamorous life. FULL STORY
It's New iPhone Day... at least, for those of you that don't mind waiting hours in line. FULL STORY
Healthcare.gov still isn't as safe as it should be, and the annual open enrollment period starts again in just two months. FULL STORY
Apple says its new mobile operating system puts text messages, e-mails, photos and other data out of the reach of police -- even if they show up with a search warrant. FULL STORY
Tim Cook is deflecting the conversation with his new statement about privacy. FULL STORY
Technology is advancing so quickly that it seems to provide an ingenious solution for every challenge. CNN innovation correspondent Rachel Crane takes a look at eight big ideas making life better every day.
Who is Slenderman?
He's the Internet's own monster, a ghoul who lurks in its darkest corners and, like the Web itself, has mutated time and again to suit the dreams and desires of his devotees.
Sensors let Alzheimer's patients stay at home, safely
Caregivers are turning to smart-home and wearable technology to monitor family members with Alzheimer's and dementia, helping them live independently longer.
Apparently This Matters: Weed Fairy leaves free pot
I never actually caught a glimpse of the Tooth Fairy when I was young, but she was definitely real and in cahoots with my mom. This, due to the fact that I never woke up to find a Nintendo.
The next frontier in 3-D printing: Human organs
The emerging process of 3-D printing can reproduce the vascular systems required to make organs viable. Scientists already use the machines to print tiny strips of organ tissue. And while printing whole human organs for transplants is still years away, the technology is rapidly developing.
Can 'Mario Kart 8' save the Wii U?
It's the gaming industry's gold standard, once named by Guinness World Records as the most influential video game in history. Now, Nintendo is turning to "Super Mario Kart" once again.