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The Solar Impulse 2 airplane finished the first leg of what's expected to be a round-the-world flight powered by nothing but the sun.
The Apple Watch will be available on April 24 and will last 18 hours on a single charge.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Co. are expected to reveal many more details -- including release date, pricing structure, battery life and a slate of apps.
A fugitive learned a lesson about privacy settings after police were able to catch him by monitoring his Facebook account, authorities said.
After years of work, the Solar Impulse venture is due to send a solar-powered plane on a months-long trek around the world without a drop of fuel.
At least eight email service providers in the U.S. were hacked and more than a billion email addresses stolen.
Fathers in non-traditional roles take issue with Amazon.com because of service called "Amazon Moms", which offers discounts on items like baby products, diapers, and food. KING's Natalie Swaby reports.
At least 46,000 Twitter accounts were run by ISIS supporters in the fall of 2014, according to estimates by the Brookings Institution.
Some of the biggest tech companies in the world want to convince the Supreme Court that gay marriage should be legal in all 50 states.
The first-ever New York City Drone Film Festival will take place this weekend. NBC's Kerry Sanders reports.
Scientists have developed a new paint that can be applied to clothes, paper, glass and steel to make resilient surfaces that can clean themselves.
Cinder's aim is to combine the precision cooking of, say, a sous-vide setup with the convenience of a countertop grill.
In the last few years, awe-inspiring photography made possible by drones has opened up a new genre of filmmaking. The first-ever New York City Drone Film Festival will take place this weekend. NBC's Kerry Sanders reports.
Hackers! Crime! The guy from "Dawson's Creek"! Yes, 'CSI: Cyber' had it all Wednesday night in its premiere on CBS.
From one side the Runcible looks like a compass or locket, but from the other is clearly something very much (but not quite) like a smartphone.
Sources say HBO is talking to Apple about featuring its new direct-to-consumer streaming service, to be called "HBO Now," on Apple TV.