Most cities would die for the problems San Francisco is having. But with so many techies flooding the city, the cost of renting or buying a place to live is soaring.
Boeing and Airbus are tweaking the tried-and-true instead of going all out for all-new. Here's why the jet-age pizzazz has been grounded.
At the Farnborough airshow, the Seattle aircraft maker shows off the first energy-efficient 787-9 built. Also: how the longer 280-passenger endured tests of performance, temperature, and a virtual barrel roll.
Artist David Cerny attaches arms to a six-ton red double-decker bus and makes it do pushups to celebrate the London Olympics.
The 16-foot-long model is powered by four small turbine engines, and wowed a crowd at a recent model-airplane show in Switzerland.
The European Space Agency's Automated Transfer Vehicle puts on a spectacular fireworks display on re-entry.
Mass Relevance puts Twitter in front of television audiences, boosting the social network's public profile and altering its perception as a place for more than pointless babble.
A Ferris wheel to be built in Japan is going to be the biggest in the world — and will integrate augmented reality into the glass of its viewing pods.
Attendees of the premier aerospace event probably will see the new energy-efficient jet on Friday. Also, its French manufacturer announces $69 billion worth of deals.
From a Play-Doh 3D printer to speakers for hamsters, tech companies pull out the tall tales in honor of April Fools' 2013.