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The online retailer says the U.S. is falling behind other countries when it comes to realizing the economic potential of drone technology.
Self-driving cars may be cool and the wave of the future, but a third of Americans say they would never buy one.
The U.S. House Intelligence Committee introduced on Tuesday its version of long-awaited legislation intended to enhance information sharing.
It's not quite "Star Trek," but Boeing has patented a force field that's meant to keep soldiers safe on the battlefield.
The singer Taylor Swift, Microsoft Corp. and Harvard University are among those buying up .porn and .adult Web suffixes as a pre-emptive move.
University students in Spain are developing drone technology that helps identify poachers in an effort to save rhinos from extinction.
The court filings by US Telecom and Alamo Broadband mark the first of several anticipated legal challenges to the new FCC rules.
The Federal Trade Commission is expanding a special unit dedicated to fraud detection and consumer protection.
President Barack Obama got into waves and robots at the White House Science Fair, but it was the elementary-school Supergirls who captured his heart.
A former Twitter engineer filed a gender-discrimination lawsuit last week, alleging the company's promotion policies unfairly favor men.
Apple's Jony Ive is now revered for his beautifully sparse product designs, but back in 1997 he was preparing to get the axe.
The idea emerged as a way of dealing with an alarming increase in rhino poaching in South Africa in recent years.
Many dog owners feel like Fido is part of the family. The downside? Like with your own kids, you can't just leave them alone for days.
President Barack Obama has a blast at the White House Science Fair, one of his "favorite things" — but Monday's event isn't just fun and games.
The Seattle Art Museum has a high-tech solution for people who'd like to visit but can't: a remote-controlled telepresence robot.