Researchers from NASA and the European Space Agency are examining the effects of spaceflight on the brain.
The slick, seemingly flawless robots of our sci-fi dreams may not be the best kind of bots to play with our kids and help care for us when we're sick, research suggests.
The majestic elephant is unusually resistant to cancer, a phenomenon that has puzzled scientists for decades. The answer may lie in its genes.
When study subjects get advice from a virtual counselor that looks like them and another that looks like the 19th-century doctor, they report that one helps their mood more.
If you've ever suffered from what we like to call "umbrella neck" (when you have to squeeze your umbrella between your neck and shoulder to be able to use both hands), you might enjoy the quirky yet helpful Phone-brella.
Commentary: Sexbots are no longer just sci-fi fantasies. While some scientists worry they're leading us down a dangerous path, CNET's Bonnie Burton is more concerned for the robots themselves.
Dell's new "In China, For China" strategy includes investment in next-generation technologies and artificial intelligence.
Technically Incorrect: A research study involving attempts to confirm the results of 270 studies in the top-ranking scientific journals of 2008, 64 percent of studies weren't confirmed.
A new product called Go Cubes on Indiegogo promises portable, edible coffee in the form of gummies made out of real cold brew.
He eats mushrooms and saves princesses, but is the Goomba-crushing, Bowser-beating Mario actually a pretty evil dude? A new Vsauce 3 video explores.