Sharks are important for the health of our world's oceans. Now, scientists have started an effort to count world sharks with the help of baited cameras.
Scientists may have developed a new design for a cloaking device that overcomes some of the limitations of existing invisibility cloaks. They've created a thin cloaking device that does not alter the brightness of light around a hidden object.
It's a battle of titans. America has challenged Japan to a giant robot battle and Japan has accepted.
A record-breaking solar flight has reached Hawaii. At the controls of Solar Impulse 2, pilot Andrew Broschberg landed safely in Hawaii after flying 117 hours and 52 minutes over the Pacific Ocean from Japan powered not by fuel, but by the sun.
Is it just a bad video feed, or are there actually UFOs? NASA purportedly cut off ISS live stream as three possible UFOs flew from Earth.
As if this generation isn't quite social media-obsessed enough, MasterCard is taking it a step further. Shoppers will soon be able to pay for some of their purchases by simply taking a selfie.
Why is the seahorse's tail square? Scientists may have the answer. Researchers have looked at the seahorse's tail, which may lead to building better robots and medical devices in the future.
Imagine holograms that you can not only see, but also interact with and touch. Now, a lab in Japan has managed to create holograms that can actually create a sense of touch.
New findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) show how people from around the world like to tune into similar beats.
Facebook has tweaked its News Feed algorithms to figure out what videos users want to see more of.
3D printing technology is not exactly new. Some of this technological magic first appeared in the late 1980s and was referred to as Rapid Prototyping (PR) technologies. And since it's starts, 3D printing has come up with everything from inanimate objects to organs. Yet now, we can add spectacular au...
NASA may be taking Microsoft's Hololens to space. The virtual reality headset has been sent to the International Space Station (ISS) to give astronauts superior vision for repairs and other operations.