Cyber criminals beware: a new cryptography breakthrough might make software completely unhackable.
This little device will get you online anywhere in the world, just so long as you can see the sky.
The Kentucky Senate passed a bill to allow high schoolers to take programming classes instead of foreign language classes. Hopefully, it'll pass the House.
These little tread-bearing 'bots learn about their environment just like an insect might as it hunts for food.
Seriously though, this guy thinks he can launch missile like projectiles into orbit from his yard. We're sure this won't raise any red flags anywhere.
If you think the U.S. is immune to this sort of tampering with your freedom of the road, think again.
When the alien invasion strikes Earth, you'll be glad you invested in one of these bad boys.
Start-up company RevMedx saves lives by inventing a syringe filled with small sponges that can seal wounds and stop bleeding in record time.
The workhorse of the air forces of over 25 different nations is celebrating its 40th birthday.
The European Space Agency's sonic rocket launch simulator is loud enough to make your head explode.