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North Carolina State University researchers have developed new technology designed to improve communication between dogs and humans.
The latest camera from GoPro shrinks the company's trademark wide-angle, high-frame-rate video prowess into the smallest package yet.
Amazon is trying to lure more subscribers to its $99 Prime loyalty program by pushing a day of discounts it calls 'Prime Day.'
Self-driving taxis powered by electricity and dispatched according to a passenger's needs may help dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
While Taylor Swift and music-streaming services might have bad blood, they were both extremely popular in 2015, according to a new Nielsen report.
A company that makes surveillance software used by governments to police the web appeared to be the victim of hacking on a grand scale itself.
While most Americans celebrated the country's historic soccer win Sunday night, a vocal minority saw the opportunity to stir up a Twitter storm.
Pilot Andre Borschberg's nearly 118-hour voyage from Nagoya broke the record for the world's longest nonstop solo flight, his team said.
Pilot Andre Borschberg and his single-seat aircraft landed at an airport near Honolulu after flying 120 hours from Nagoya, Japan.
Want to capture the best possible fireworks photos and videos on the 4th? NBC's Mark Barger and Julianne Pepitone have tips to help.
America's spies and HR offices are going back to pen and paper after last month's two big data breaches.
The Internet as we know it has officially gotten too big for its britches after the group that assigns addresses in North America ran out of numbers.
GPS maker Garmin has a new line of bike accessories that could help bicyclists stay safe at night and on busy roads.
Scientists think the seahorse's unique tail could inspire new robotic arms that are both robust and flexible.
Today everyone seems to be wearing ear buds but in the 1980s, a New Jersey town banned using headphones during some activities like crossing the street.
A new study reveals the times of the week you're most likely to make a splash with your social media posts.