Lawrence Livermore National Lab scientists are exploring the use of 3D printing in manufacturing, including creating new raw materials.
Robots from universities and industry compete to replicate human tasks.
Now the owner of Boston Dynamics, Google rolls in to watch events at the DARPA Robotics Challenge.
An upcoming DARPA robot challenge is focused on developing robots to use tools, climb stairs, and drive cars.
Holiday e-commerce is expected to jump as much as 17 percent this year over 2012, and much of the action will come from mobile devices.
About one in five people around the globe use a social networking site at least once a month, and that number is expected to grow significantly over the next several years, according to eMarketer.
Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg said rumors that the social media company is falling out of favor with teenagers have been greatly exaggerated.
Google announced a number of enhancements to its social media platform Google+ and said the number of monthly active users on Google+ jumped from 390 million in May to 540 million users now.
With its acquisition of gesture-recognition company Flutter, Google may be looking to beef up Google Glass and its Android products while also looking to win over the hearts and minds of Apple iPhone users.
UCLA researchers report they have created a light-emitting electronic display that can be stretched, folded, and twisted while remaining lit and snapping back into its original shape.
The Chinese government may be about to ease up on its policy of censoring its citizens.
A planned Wednesday demonstration launch of a cargo spacecraft could help double the number of companies that NASA has on tap to supply the International Space Station.
NASA's black-hole-hunting spacecraft NuSTAR hit its first major milestone, detecting 10 "supermassive" black holes.
Voice-recognition tools found in Google Now are now available in Google Search.
After one year on Mars, the NASA rover Curiosity is changing the way we look at our solar system -- and it may change how we look at ourselves.
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