Researchers at Duke University Medical Center have enabled rhesus monkeys to move a pair of arms in a virtual environment using just their brain activity.
In the face of privacy concerns, the Sunnyvale Calif.-based company said it would beef up security of information traveling between data centers.
Garrison Bespoke weaves nanotech into a snazzy suit that looks sharp and keeps bullets from getting through.
Blocking someone used to mean that they could no longer follow you. But now it means you can't see their Twitter activity, but they can see yours.
Almost 10 years have passed since a new Madagascar dinosaur species was introduced to the world. Please welcome the Dahalokely tokana to the archeological history books.
Former president admits that he's afraid of being a friendless tweeter. Stephen Colbert takes care of his fears and creates @PrezBillyJeff.
The State Department sought submissions from the public on how to use modern technology to help solve some of the world's most pressing arms control and international security problems.
Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Rose Gottemoeller will talk with CNET's Daniel Terdiman about how the public can use new technologies help combat the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
Spammers modify attacks after Facebook rolls out new security features to block attacks.
Police and military robots could soon get two arms instead of one with the MK2 system from HDT Global.