Running out of trash of its own, Oslo, Norway is importing waste from around the world to heat the city.
The de Havilland Comet 1 took off on its first commercial flight from London to Johannesburg on May 2, 1952.
A new film about the rise of the e-book and e-publishing industry shines a light on how and why print is quickly fading into the past.
The world of at-home 3D printing just got a whole lot brighter.
Google has finally uploaded an official video that shows exactly how the device operates.
According to IBM, this stop-motion film (made with individual molecules of carbon monoxide) is the smallest movie that has been, or ever will be, created.
In a recent interview, the CEO of BlackBerry has made the surprising claim that tablets are not the future, a comment that could affect the future of the BlackBerry PlayBook.
The day when self-driving cars are common are likely at least a decade away, but in the meantime we can take a peek at what the world looks like through our future robotic chauffeurs.
An indie developer has successfully married gesture control and a fully realized avatar with the VR world of Oculus Rift. The results speak for themselves.
Because creating a robot who hates you is the best kind of labor of love.