MSNBC: Tech & science
NBC News Technology
Updated: 43 min 50 sec ago
Olympic sprinter tweets pictures including inspirational quotes, a psalm from the Bible and photos of him helping children with disabilities.
The world's biggest smartphone maker said it would permanently cut all ties with the supplier if the allegations were true.
How do you hit a target if you have bad aim? U.S. military research agency DARPA has developed a futuristic sniper-bullet system to solve that problem.
A panel of experts will advise Google on how best to comply with a European ruling that some people have the “right to be forgotten" by its search engine.
Most people with a science, technology, engineering or math degree don't end up in those fields, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Researchers are experimenting with how lightweight drones can assist with rim lighting for photo-shoots.
Forget man versus machine. Try man and machine. Turns out cyborgs have been fiction's way of rebelling since the nineteenth century.
Biohacking is a niche community at the literal bleeding edge of body modification, where man and machine become one.
Really, a smart cooler? It sounds like a joke, but who couldn't use a charger, waterproof speaker and blender at their next cookout?
The Federal Trade Commission is suing Amazon, saying the company hasn’t done enough to prevent kids from making unauthorized in-app purchases.
Amazon has officially requested that the FAA allow the company to test drone-based package delivery in its own backyard.
The stereotype of gamers as inactive, maladjusted nerds is being exposed as a fantasy — in fact, the truth may be the exact opposite.
Robots who are taught to play “Angry Birds” could someday be used to help children with disabilities, according to Georgia Tech researchers.
For his 158th birthday, Nikola Tesla got a day named in his honor and a new science museum with $1 million in funding from Elon Musk.
Apple has made strides in slashing its carbon footprint but admits there’s room for improvement.
Stewart sent a trio of tweets on Wednesday gushing about a "drone-like" flying camera used to take aerial photos of her farm.
Applebee's wants to set aside one day a week for quiet dining. But the rest of the week, it's going all-out to be tech friendly!
South Koreans love charms and stickers, while Americans like their phones plain, according to a new study.