Emerging Objects, a small Berkley-based company, wants to print environmentally-friendly buildings.
Two Naval dolphins discover a torpedo from the 19th century. Only one other Howell torpedo is known to exist.
There haven't been many details released about the upcoming Xbox, but SugarDVD, the Netflix of porn, has announced that it'll be available for it.
A 19-year-old created a way to get rid of Google's high resolution 3-D radar system.
Makr Shakr, a giant robot bartending system, was unveiled this week at Google I/O in San Francisco.
Graphene is pretty cool all by itself, but when it has the right dance partner, it can do the impossible.
A professor at the University of Essex has taken lectures to new depths, quite literally.
A new promotion in Brazil combines the love of watching rental movies on DVDs with the habit of late night pizza munching.
Google has announced a partnership with NASA to tackle artificial intelligence with quantum computing.
In a letter directed to Google CEO Larry Page, members of Congress have asked that the company answer questions regarding how the device addresses privacy concerns.