The Navy is preparing to launch an unmanned aircraft from the deck of an aircraft carrier for the first time.
Teenagers who play violent video games for hours on end may become numb to violence, a new study finds.
Two astronauts on the International Space Station are preparing for a possible impromptu spacewalk to work on a leaking coolant line.
Signs are growing that the sustained surge in cyberattacks emanating from China is imperiling its relations with the U.S., lending urgency to fledgling efforts by both governments to engage on the issue.
It’s not a “Star Trek” tricorder, but by hooking a variety of gadgets onto a smartphone you could almost get a complete physical — without the paper gown or even a visit to the doctor’s office.
Police and politicians across the U.S. are pointing to the example of surveillance video that was used to help identify the Boston Marathon bombing suspects as a reason to get more electronic eyes on their streets.
Analysis of financial terms being searched on Google can be used to predict the direction of the stock market.
America’s tech industry is finalizing voluntary disclosure standards on the sensitive information being sucked from your smartphone like your location, surfing habits and contacts. Senate Democrats are pushing for a clearer opt-out button for all online tracking. And Microsoft is offering a new browser that encourages people to block the technology that enables tracking.
Newly released documents show that the Obama administration was warned as early as 2010 that electric car maker Fisker Automotive Inc. was not meeting milestones set up for a half-billion dollar government loan, nearly a year before U.S. officials froze the loan after questions were raised about the company’s statements.
The top U.S. intelligence official says cyberterrorism is the leading worldwide threat to U.S. security.