Facial recognition: Embracing big brother
From fighting terrorism to processing payments in the blink of an eye, facial recognition is set to change our ideas on privacy.
Bouncing camera ball could save lives
The Bounce Imaging Explorer is a small black probe that can be thrown or dropped into dangerous environments
Tourist trips to the Moon by 2043?
Space excursions beyond sub-orbital flights could become if companies like Virgin Galactic realize their ambitions.
This pic is actually an iPad painting
Watching digital artist Kyle Lambert''s stunning photo-realistic iPad paintings emerge from a blank screen is an awe-inspiring experience. The image of Morgan Freeman in the video above, created from a picture by Scott Gries, is so rich in detail that it is difficult to believe that you aren''t look...
Where scientists found the ''god particle''
Scientists and technicians are hard at work upgrading the machinery so that the $10 billion dollar Large Hadron Collider can ramp back up in 2015 at unprecedented energies.
Report: Government spied on ''World of Warcraft''
Spies with surveillance agencies in the United States and United Kingdom may have spent time undercover as orcs and blood elves, infiltrating video games like "World of Warcraft" in a hunt for terrorists "hiding in plain sight" online.
Ryan Seacrest wants to pimp your iPhone
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Gadget gifts your kids will love
Technology touches all ages. Here are some gadgets aimed at the 18-and-under set.
Google Glass driver fights ticket
A Google Glass driver says the device wasn''t even on when she was pulled over. Now the case is going to trial.