Sir Ian Wilmut, who created the famous cloned sheep, examines in a new article how he might take bone marrow from a woolly mammoth and re-create the species.
Artist Eric Drass, aka Shardcore, turns image faux pas into infuriating meta fashion statements with his latest Twitter bot, Hipsterbait1.
Wanting you to forget the iPhone 6, Samsung releases new ads that celebrate the September 3 launch of its Galaxy Note 4. One contains unfortunate dialogue. It then disappears from YouTube.
Even though unmanned aerial vehicles are banned in national parks, a tourist manages to accidentally fly one into Yellowstone's famous Grand Prismatic Spring.
Park rangers say unmanned aerial vehicles have disturbed wildlife across the country's public lands and waterways, including the bighorn sheep of Zion, seals in Monterey Bay, and peregrine falcons in Yosemite.
24/7 Wall Street insists that the BlackBerry brand is at death's door. However, it predicted the same thing in 2012.
In an interview at Stanford, Ron Johnson explains that Apple stores aren't places to sell. They are places to be.
A vegan-cheese project on Indiegogo aims to replicate cheese from cows' milk without involving any mammals.
Jae Shin, VP of Samsung's Knox mobile security group, says that once upon a time people were moved by branding. Now, he says, they know better.
From the fascinating/gross files, Harvard researchers determine a book in the university's collection is, indeed, bound with real human flesh.