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Telepresence still isn't a lot like real life. Researchers aim to change that by supercharging this new type of gadget with virtual reality.
One group of technologists and researchers is working to use virtual reality to create a new way of helping people better understand each other.
Nikon is out with the winners of its annual Small World in Motion Photomicrography Competition, highlighting the best videos of microscopic subjects.
After years of silence on the X-37B space plane, the Defense Department has revealed that the craft will host an experimental new thrust system.
The homelessness, poverty and drug abuse are still apparent, sitting literally at the feet of some of the world's fastest engines of wealth creation.
LG an unexpected strategy with its new G4 flagship phone: leather.
After being thwacked so many times in Europe, Google is taking a new tack: Extend an olive branch to the fourth estate.
Apple turned in another blow-out quarterly financial report, thanks in large part to continued hot sales of its iPhones.
Over the weekend, astronauts aboard the International Space Station raised eyebrows with their choice of movie: "Gravity."
The FTC complaint alleges shoppers didn't know they were being tracked and there was no in store opt-out mechanism for them to use.
Safety Check, which it rolled out last year, asks users in an area affected by disaster or tragedy if they are safe.
After a devastating earthquake hit Nepal on Saturday, tech companies are hoping their products can help provide much-needed relief.
As companies like Netflix and Uber go from start-ups to tech giants, they are finding it harder to ignore people with disabilities, especially the blind.
Astell & Kern, makers of luxury audio players, will soon have a flashy new device on the market: the highly pocketable AK Jr.
Inventors at Stanford have created a handful of tiny robots that can carry objects many times their weight, like robotic ants.
Computers may have proven their superiority at chess, but what about poker, where mind games are as much a part of the game as the cards themselves?
If you thought your smartphone had you tethered to your job, just wait until you're wearing an Apple Watch.
The first customers to sign up for the new Apple Watch will begin receiving their devices today. NBC's Mark Barger and Julianne Pepitone report.
If you're looking for a cheap Windows notebook and want something with a little flair, Acer has you covered.