Nearly half of all Americans are looking forward to the time when they can live in a city where all the cars are driverless.
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
Twitter is reportedly working to redesign its profile pages, making them more visual, with bigger images, and looking a lot more like social rivals Facebook and Google+.
Technology is becoming a major player in romantic relationships, according to a report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
Google's Glass project is getting a shot in the arm as the New York Police Department and Virgin Atlantic both announce that they're testing the computerized eyeglasses.
IBM is working on electronics for the US. military that will self-destruct on command to ensure that powerful devices holding critical data stay out of the hands of the enemy.
Google is opening the door wider to the enterprise, launching a videoconferencing tool designed to make it easier and cheaper to have face-to-face meetings with far-flung co-workers.
Twitter Wednesday reported that fourth quarter sales more than doubled over the past year, but the company nevertheless spooked investors by acknowledging a slowdown in new user growth and in user engagement.
Facebook, the company that defines social networking, is turning 10 years old and looking into a future where it must evolve or risk becoming the next MySpace -- a company Facebook eclipsed years ago.
The UCLA has a graduate-level program focused on teaching architects how to design intelligent robotic buildings. These buildings would be able to change their configuration to adapt to their owners' needs.
Now that Google has gotten rid of Motorola Mobility, the company can focus on its newest projects, like the smart home, wearable computers and robotics.
Researchers at Virginia Tech have developed a battery that runs on sugar and could one day replace traditional batteries with ones that are cheaper, refillable and biodegradable.
Scientists at the CERN, or European Organization for Nuclear Research, center in Switzerland say say they've made a "significant step" in the hunt for antimatter.
Scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are working on a project that envisions a team of small satellites acting as traffic cops in space
No need to panic. NASA Tuesday offered a reasonable explanation for the mysterious appearance of a rock in a photo of the Mars rover Opportunity.
MIT scientists said they used nanotechnology to develop a thin plastic coating that can be applied to glass and used to display navigation or dashboard information while looking through the windshield of a car or plane, or to project video onto a window or a pair of eyeglasses.