Samsung's new ad for its £300 smart watch is a classic compilation of brilliant sci-fi, with wrist-talking heroes from 50 years of movies and TV.
How are these unusual minerals extracted from the ground and why is that process an environmental risk? CNET's Jay Greene explains.
You can try to force people to be happy. Or you can find out when they really are happy, and go from there.
Scottish researchers are working on a low-cost, easily applied material that can detect microscopic faults in structures--and transmit that information remotely.
Uptake taps into the world's largest social network to deliver you personalized travel advice.
Here's a view overlooking Molycorp's facility in Mountain Pass, Calif., the only rare earth element mine in the United States.
Straight from Yahoo's data analysis group, startup nPario can analyze usage logs to find just the people advertisers want to reach.
Latest robot from Foster-Miller might provide more robust aid for those looking to clean up the dangerous litter of war.
Naval researchers have a plan for spraying minefields with thousands of small projectiles as a way to clear a safe path for troops.
One contender for that task is the Transphibian, a 3-foot-long autonomous underwater vehicle from Nekton Research.