To accommodate the increasing numbers of overweight drivers, car safety experts are developing an obese dummy.
How do you solve a problem like email?
From GamerGate to Zelda Williams, he vast majority of us have seen the Web being used to harass, intimidate or threaten women, others.
From drones to dry spells, Longbets.org takes the long view and places odds on the shape of the future.
In the narrow winding lanes of Old Delhi, the knotted masses of electrical wiring hanging across the streets are sometimes so thickly entwined they blot out the sun.
If you're looking for that cool gift to get your tech-savvy significant other this Christmas, here's a pretty attractive contender: a hoverboard.
The comet Siding Spring whizzed within 87,000 miles of Mars, close enough for NASA to force its fleet of spacecraft orbiting Mars to "duck" for cover.
It may have more than $500 million in the bank and backing from tech titans like Google. So, what is Magic Leap?
Comet Siding Spring is expected to come within 87,000 miles of Mars at about 2:27 p.m. ET on October 19.
Skype users will soon be able to conduct voice and video calls supported by real time language translation.
Apple tries very hard to keep its big announcements secret. The latest culprit responsible for ruining one of the tech company's surprises is -- Apple.
The revolution will not be televised but it will be tweeted, instant messaged or, in the case of Hong Kong, broadcast on mesh networks like FireChat.
U2's Bono apologizes to iTunes users angry over a free download of the band's new album.
Anita Sarkeesian is no stranger to graphic threats.
It wasn't a trick. But for space geeks, it sure was a treat.
The FORTIS makes physically demanding jobs a lot easier, by rendering heavy tools weightless.
Anna Stoehr, soon to turn 114, claimed to be 99 to sign up for Facebook, a CNN affiliate says.
Skype's ephemeral messaging app, Qik, sticks to Skype's video roots while borrowing heavily from the Snapchat playbook.
Chances are you've heard of the Nobel Prize-winning scientist, Marie Curie.
People using Google to search for information about their medical problems may soon get another source of information: a real-time chat with a doctor.
A revolution in prosthetics is transforming lives and sporting competition.
It's no longer necessary to launch your startup in Silicon Valley -- thanks to the internet, you can do it anywhere.
These robots are less than a meter tall, but they can lift a ton.
Everyone wants answers. And, for some strange reason, they think Ethan has them. Ethan, in this case, is the creator of the TextEthan app.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini celebrates the personal pan pizza as Pizza Hut's Book It program turns 30.
Want to ride an elevator into space? An old idea, reinvented with nanotechnology and a 'diamond necklace'.
Over a quarter of a billion people suffer from blindness, but almost all cases are avoidable. Dr. Josef Bille thinks he can wipe it out in a decade.
Leading Women launches STEM month -- and we want YOU to get involved.
HTC is dipping its toes in the camera market with the new Re: a supersimple handheld action camera that pairs with a smartphone.
Like a flight simulator for doctors, virtual patients are used to train medical students how to make a diagnosis.
Looks like your iPads and Mac will be getting freshened up in time for the holiday shopping season.
Facebook developers work on app like Secret or Whisper, after buying Instagram and WhatsApp.
NASA is inviting the public to send their John and Jane Does to destinations beyond low-Earth orbit, including Mars.
Most of the U.S. had a front-row seat for this morning's lunar eclipse, which turned the moon reddish-orange.
With Halloween just a few weeks away, "NBA 2K15" is here with a whole new set of mutant horrors to populate your nightmares.
You already have your next credit card. It's sitting in your front pocket.
Sleeper spaceship could carry first humans to Mars in hibernation state.
From 3D-printed airplanes to robot explorers: our selection of the most thought-provoking TED talks on what the transformation of tomorrow will entail.
The U.S. Navy is getting ready to "swarm" its adversaries.
Poor Pluto. Is it or isn't it a planet?
On Thursday, a major tech company stepped into the middle of a vicious two-month-long battle among video game fans, scholars, developers and journalists over the representation of women in games.
There may be plenty of idiots on the road, but is putting them in the skies taking it, quite literally, to the next dimension?
Quantum machines could bring about a computing revolution -- and Google is looking to lead the way.
Blood moon, Act II, opens soon in the heavens near you. And it will be bigger than Act I.
Some mobile and Web users got a disconcerting warning on Wednesday when digital alerts incorrectly showed a tsunami may be headed toward the coast.
Even when a drone's small, turned off, unarmed and resting on a table in a coffee shop, it can make people uneasy.
Seriously, don't believe everything you read on the Internet. Here's a quick guide to some of the most viral fake stories this week.
Love all things space? These are the Twitter accounts you need to follow.
A Chinese smartphone app lets patients consult with doctors remotely to diagnose their ailments.
International Day of the Girl is focusing on STEM this year. To celebrate, CNN have compiled a list of some inspiring quotes from women in the field.
Imagine if going through airport security was just a matter of walking past a stretch of wall.
Luxy may be the app for you, if you're looking to hook up via your smartphone, and aren't overly concerned about looking like a snob while doing so.
One-wheeled transport has had a patchy history, but new electric unicycles may change urban commuting.
Fed up with waiting at crossings? This technology will make your life as a pedestrian a lot more bearable.
The man behind StealthGenie, a mobile app marketed as a tool for spying on cheating spouses, has been arrested, according to federal authorities.
How Kickstarter crowdfunding boosted a joke about potato salad to a charity campaign and the jokester to global fame.
The times are changing for the stubbornly progress-proof novel: fully immersive literature is drawing closer.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini explains how a man turned his amputated leg into a lamp.
An eclectic group came together at MIT over the weekend to improve a necessary, unpopular device: the breast pump.
Want to make a super-light, super-fast bike? Stitch it from carbon fibers and bake to perfection.
The creators of the "Call of Duty" video game franchise on Monday filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit by former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega.
If anyone doubted Twitter's power to lead the news, Tuesday's raids by U.S. forces in Syria offered a new lesson.
With the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus out today, here's a look at six must-have apps for the new phones.
MAVEN has arrived in Mars's orbit after traveling 442 million miles in the course of 10 months to get there.
NASA says its latest Mars-exploring spacecraft MAVEN is on track to fire up thrusters and enter orbit Sunday night.
A spacecraft that launched early Sunday is transporting a 3-D printer that could change life on the International Space Station.
Scientists are closer to seeing a vast, invisible universe as a spectrometer in Earth orbit picks up possible clues of dark matter.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini explains why an award was given for research about slipping on banana peels.
Researchers at NASA have developed a device to help rescue crews on Earth find survivors quickly in a disaster.
Something tells us Joan Rivers would laugh about this.
Meet the 'Flavour Conductor', a magical instrument that took 10,000 hours to build and can change the taste of your drink through the power of sound.
What if you could power your car with the road? A pair of Idaho natives have prototyped a solar-powered roadway made of durable textured glass.
Gondolas are most commonly associated with ski-resorts but could they also offer an effective urban transport solution?
What will the airport of the future look like? Find out with our interactive feature.
Transparent solar cells and a wonder material called perovskite are among a few innovative technologies that will put solar energy in a new light.
New features abound in iOS 8, Apple's new mobile operating system. Here's a look at some of the most popular.
How caregivers are using smart-home technology and wearable devices to monitor family members with memory problems, helping them live independently..
In Germany, high tech has come to airport parking.
Apple has put up instructions to help customers to get rid of the free U2 album it put in their iCloud accounts.
Netropolitan is a social media country club, where members pay $9,000 to join and another $3,000 per year.
Experts say a solar storm could arrive at Earth on Saturday -- an event that could disrupt power grids, radios and satellites.
These robotic birds trick lingering critters into thinking they're about to get snacked on.
In 2001 a huge earthquake shook the state of Gujarat in India.
Some sea creatures emit a neon glow known as bioluminescence. This remarkable camera lets it be seen on film like never before.
To succeed, the Apple Watch will also have to appeal to non-techies as a fashion accessory, and take on the 100-year-old traditional watch industry.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini explains the awesome energy of coffee naps.
A meteorite crashed down in Managua, Nicaragua, late Saturday, causing a loud explosion and leaving a crater 39 feet (12 meters) across, officials told AP.
Ready to rip apart that dirty restaurant? California lawmakers want to make sure you don't get in financial, or legal, trouble because of it.
For half a century, "Alvin" has quietly traveled through the seven seas, uncovering the ocean's mysteries.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has reached its primary destination: the base of a Martian mountain.
If you want to use Facebook a little more like Snapchat, you might soon get your chance.
T-Mobile wants to beef up its cell coverage by thinking small and piggybacking on your Internet service.
As the tech world watched the birth of the Apple Watch on Tuesday the iPod Classic was being discontinued.
Apple Watch may change the wearable tech market in a way that other smartwatches haven't, analysts say.
Here are our early impressions after some hands-on time with the new Apple Watch.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at why a billionaire still uses an old-school flip phone.