Technically Incorrect: It isn't every day you see a humpback whale. You won't see one at all if you've always got your nose in your phone.
An Orbital Sciences Corp. rocket laden with supplies for the ISS suffers a fiery first-stage engine failure before falling and exploding at a NASA flight facility.
It's called L'Hydroptere and the French concept sailboat -- with its marine style wings -- basically flies on the water. CNET's Molly Wood meets Alain Thebault, the boat's skipper, and gets an inside look at the tech that makes it glide.
From Ellison to Musk to Bezos, technology's richest can't seem to stay away from wacky desires to live forever, colonize other planets, and recreate the plot line of "Deep Impact," minus the apocalypse.
Ansys, a company specializing in computer-based engineering simulations, inches the moon-shot idea one step closer to reality.
Skimming along a bay in Africa, this sleek carbon-fiber craft seems to barely touch the water.
This week's apps include a simple calendar app for viewing more months at a time and a sailboat-racing game that's more than meets the eye.
Contest sponsored by PBS' "Design Squad Nation" challenges young engineers to build big. And they do, crafting a confetti-launching trebuchet, and a solar-powered hot tub, among other creations.
The next generation of Android is set to arrive in October, with the Google Nexus Prime sporting an eye-popping HD screen built by Samsung.
CNET's Boonsri Dickinson interviews some of the 15 finalists at Google headquarters about how they spent their summers curing cancer and asthma, and patenting new sailboat designs. Meet the winner, who received a $50,000 scholarship and a trip to the Galapagos.