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The White House's first "Demo Day" for entrepreneurs was a little like a grown-up science fair meets 'Shark Tank.'
Google has announced the finalists for its annual international under-18 science fair, with projects from all over and covering a variety of fields.
Netflix announced plans to start offering employees "unlimited" maternity and paternity leave through the first year after a child's birth or adoption.
What would you do if you were shrunk down to the size of a mouse and asked to do carpentry? It wouldn't be a problem if you had this tiny saw.
Harman International said the hacking risk that led Fiat Chrysler to recall 1.4 million vehicles last month seemed like an isolated case.
Nico Gerard heard you like watches, so it put an Apple Watch on your watch so you can look at photos of your watch while you check the time.
Ever wade into a complex online debate and wonder: If you could step back a bit, what would the controversy and its participants look like from afar?
The FDA has approved the first prescription drug made through 3-D printing: a dissolvable tablet that treats seizures.
Federal agencies have increased cybersecurity measures since the hacking at the Office of Personnel Management, but more work lies ahead.
Medical Informatics Engineering says the private information of 3.9 million people was exposed when its networks were hacked earlier this year.
Fujifilm has unveiled a new camera that's been tuned to capture not just visible light but a limited amount of infrared and ultraviolet as well.
Bill Gates says poor people will be the ones most affected by climate change even though it's not their fault.
Cargomatic is one of a number of start-ups using crowdsourcing and the so-called gig economy to make trucking more convenient and profitable.
It's only been a few months since Sony showed off the first in its new line of "PROselfie" phones, and now there are two more to choose from.
China will restrict the export of drones and supercomputers out of fears such equipment could fall into the hands of militant groups.
Interpol just completed its first-ever training for police that focuses on the methods cybercriminals use to avoid detection.
HitchBOT, the tweeting, child-sized robot that made its way across Canada and safely visited Germany and the Netherlands was "vandalized" in the U.S.