Cars look certain to be one of the stars of January's CES show in Las Vegas -- testament to the advanced technology work being done by the auto industry today and a lackluster electronics sector that is still searching for the next big thing.
The FAA's new drone registration system went live on Monday, and it's ridiculously easy to use. Shortly after it went live at 3pm EST, I signed up and the whole process only took a few minutes.
A live demonstration of broadcast 4K television is planned to take place in Las Vegas in January at the Consumer Electronics Show.
California has published the world's first regulations dealing with the routine use of autonomous cars on city streets -- a big step toward the day when computers, not humans, are in charge of cars.
Ford will begin testing a fully autonomous version of its Fusion Hybrid on California streets in 2016, becoming the latest major automaker to put driverless car technology to the test on real roads.
A British company says it may have a solution to one of the most frustrating issues of drone flying: short battery life.
Samsung is attempting to take its years-old patent fight with Apple to the U.S. Supreme Court. On Monday it filed an appeal to the court asking it to take a look at the rules regarding design patents -- rules that haven't been touched in 120 years.
The U.S. government is to start requiring owners of consumer drones to register their aircraft. The move, which has been expected, comes shortly before thousands of drones are expected to be given as holiday gifts.
Security guards in Japan have a new tool to deter intruders: a flying security drone that will chase down and follow people without human intervention.
On Thursday Walmart announced a payment system of its own that uses barcodes and it doesn't look too clumsy.
Thermal imaging camera maker FLIR Systems has started working with drone maker DJI Technology on infrared cameras that can be attached to DJI's drones.
The new version of Toyota's best-selling Prius hybrid will come with technology that allows it to talk to other vehicles and things like traffic signals.
When NASA showed off its D-Wave 2X quantum computer on Tuesday, engineers were keen to talk about the computer's capabilities but less so about security measures that might be in place to stop hackers.
Over the years Yahoo has had its ups and downs and been criticized for falling behind the times -- but it remains in business, and one of the few web pioneers to successfully avoid bankruptcy or acquisition.
In an experiment, a quantum computer outperformed a conventional machine by 100 million times.