Rich and Ashley talk about some truly inspiring future tech on today's Tomorrow Daily.
On today's show: a successful scale test run for a commercial sub-orbital space flight company; a man previously paralyzed moves his hand with his thoughts through new technology; and an artist uses Wi-Fi signal strength to create art.
Daredevil asteroid 2014 RC slid by close to Earth Sunday, but it may have left a parting gift in the form of a meteorite crater in Nicaragua.
Buried, and lost, in an Aspen field in 1983, the 13-foot-long tube contained, among other things, the mouse from Jobs' Lisa computer. Now, thanks to the TV show "Diggers," it's been found.
Turn back the clock to as far back as 2007 and watch landmarks being constructed through the years in this new Google Street View feature.
Which gadget geeks up Grant Imahara's living room? Which smartphone has sci-fi author John Scalzi buzzing? What's Seth Green so excited about? Crave's Bonnie Burton checks in with a dozen-plus geeky celebs.
Researchers in Vienna have developed a technique to quickly distinguish between strains of staph infection bacteria that can cause chronic infections and those that cannot.
Fingernails embedded with RFID tags? Computer scientist Katia Vega creates Beauty Technology, a range of cosmetics and accessories that conduct electricity and control devices.
Apple's new AirPort base stations are good networking devices, but there are things the company can do to make them even better. CNET editor Dong Ngo offers that to-do list.
Imagine Google Glass built into a motorcycle helmet that superimposes directions in front of your eyes as you speed down a highway.