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Airbus has established a partnership with Uber as part of an experiment that would allow Uber users to hail copters.
"When Palestinian terrorists called for the killing of Jews on Facebook, Facebook closed its eyes," according to a video released by an Israeli NGO.
A Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from California on Sunday to put a climate-monitoring satellite into orbit, then turned around and botched the landing.
Fans of "The Jetsons" may see shades of the robotic maid Rosie as this Atlas humanoid robot attempts various cleaning tasks.
The high court will decide whether the company must face a class-action lawsuit by disgruntled Xbox 360 owners.
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet, had an unusual meeting on his calendar on Friday — a private sit-down with Po
Fujifilm has announced three new cameras in its X series, known for their retro styling and impressive image quality (and their premium price).
New research has produced a filament-based light that rivals — and may exceed — the efficiency of newer technologies.
The two astronauts had finished the primary goal of their outing when one of them reported a water bubble had formed in his helmet.
Department of Homeland Security investigations of attacks on the nation's critical manufacturing sector nearly doubled in the year ended Sept. 30.
Tesla, the all-electric-car company, has just unveiled an SUV model that's not only environmentally friendly, it's also vegan.
China plans to land the first probe ever on the dark side of the moon in 2018, marking another milestone in its ambitious space program.
Bill Ford talked to Robb Report at the Detroit Auto Show about how the Ford Motor Company is planning for the future of transportation.
An 8-year old boy's dying wish to be famous in China has come true, thanks to social media — even though Facebook is blocked in the country.
Netflix is taking steps to thwart users who fake their location in order to get access to foreign shows and movies.