The newest version of Apple's operating system offers improved speed.
A Mexican artist has created a series of robots as art forms that depict human life in a consumption based society. (Aug. 27)
A Japanese company is using its robotics experience to create better transport for the less mobile.
China Unicom is to announce a deal to sell Apple's iPhone in China but share markets in Asia fall, wary of buying fatigue.
A reader of the Sun in London has been browsing Google Earth and believes he spotted the Loch Ness monster.
Sony's Daily Edition is the newest e-book reader to be released.
A popular electric scooter has made its way to Singapore, where it could prove to be a zippy way to commute.(Aug. 26)
Yahoo.com is updating its e-mail service with social networking features.
Webcams and videoconferencing are nothing new, the Internet is bursting with user-generated video content. Now, the popular technology is being pared with robotics and readied for remote regions of the globe - and beyond. (Aug. 25)
Gizmodo's Joanna Stern shares what students do and don't need for school.
A new Pew Internet Project study explains how teens use their phones.
The FCC will examine the wireless industry to protect cell phone users.
Space shuttle Discovery is scheduled to blast off early Tuesday morning and deliver 17,000 pounds of supplies and equipment to the international space station. NASA says the flight will mark the 'last leg of the construction phase' of ISS. (Aug. 23)
The world's oceans this summer are hotter than they have ever been and it could feed hurricanes and harm coral, according to NOAA. (Aug. 21)
Potential employers check applicants Facebook for incriminating information.
HP shows off a range of devices to help students skip the books.
Scientists in Calif. are using computer scans to help unwrap the mysteries of a 2,500-year-old mummy, believed to be an ancient Egyptian priest named Irethorrou. The tests could help determine what he looked like and how he died. (Aug. 20)
It's a time when the California grunion does something no other fish on the planet is known to do. It surfs a wave, plops down on the sand to lay and fertilize its eggs before waiting for another big wave to carry it home. (Aug. 19)
The social networking site now offers popular music application iLike.
The tiny Smart fortwo automobile received top scores Thursday in new roof strength tests conducted by the insurance industry aimed at helping consumers understand how vehicles respond to serious rollover crashes. (Aug. 20)
The gaming system is a fraction of its former size.
These days, more pets are traveling in cars and most drivers don't think to buckle them up. A pet safety expert has come out with the top 10 vehicles deemed safe for pet travel. (Aug. 18)
Five users say the site violates privacy laws by sharing information.
Deep sea coral reefs found just several decades ago off the United States' southeastern coast hold promise for the discoveries of new species and cures for cancer and other diseases. But the reefs may face danger. (Aug. 18)
Laptop Magazine's Mark Spoonauer rates the best affordable laptops for students.
We check out the nation's capital over land and through water.
A closer look at how the National Mall is being "loved to death."
A look at why the giant pandas at the National Zoo are so popular.
The World Wide Fund for Nature in Beijing is warning of a growing conflict between economic development and the successful protection of natural habitats for pandas and other wild animals. (Aug. 17)
PayPal launches student program linked to parents' bank accounts.
A movement monitor attached to the mother sends a tweet when the baby kicks.
Dan Harris takes us to meet the last six members of a remote tribe.
Dan Harris takes us deep into Namibia to run with the cheetahs.
Dan Harris takes us to the Central African Republic to meet gorillas.
Samsung has released a camera that has two LDC screens.
The Cassini spacecraft has detected new evidence that one of Saturn's moons has an ocean beneath its surface. (Aug. 13 )
Sony has made electronic books useable on any of their devices.
Study examines affordability and practicality of digital textbooks for students