UCLA researchers report they have created a light-emitting electronic display that can be stretched, folded, and twisted while remaining lit and snapping back into its original shape.
The Chinese government may be about to ease up on its policy of censoring its citizens.
A planned Wednesday demonstration launch of a cargo spacecraft could help double the number of companies that NASA has on tap to supply the International Space Station.
NASA's black-hole-hunting spacecraft NuSTAR hit its first major milestone, detecting 10 "supermassive" black holes.
Voice-recognition tools found in Google Now are now available in Google Search.
After one year on Mars, the NASA rover Curiosity is changing the way we look at our solar system -- and it may change how we look at ourselves.
Facebook announced a new program this week that lets websites post public Facebook posts to their sites. And that could be a boon for businesses, says industry analysts.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago wanted to know how smart a top artificial intelligence system actually is. So they gave it an IQ test.
The tiny spacecrafts would be powered by tiny plasma thrusters says engineers at the University of Michigan who are researching the idea and starting a Kickstarter campaign to fund the idea.
University scientists have developed a way to use 3D printing to create structures and wires made from liquid metal.
Now a new Harris Interactive survey reveals what employers look for and what pictures and posts on Facebook could keep a prospective candidate from getting that perfect job.
A small, humanoid robot will fly to the International Space Station this summer to take part in the first experiment on conversation in space between a human and a robot.
A professional tennis player hopes to wear Google Glass at the famed Wimbledon tennis tournament next week.
Glass is a major project for Google, which has put prototypes of the device in the hands of several thousand developers and early adopters.
The word was given special consideration because it so quickly became widely-used in the English language.