The big demo at the "Future is Here Festival" over the weekend came courtesy of a hydrogen-peroxide-powered jetpack.
The museum's new online 3D viewer lets you examine such objects as the life mask of Abraham Lincoln, the Wright brothers' first plane, and Amelia Earhart's flight suit.
The Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum adds an iPad app to its collection. But how do you exhibit and preserve software? Apparently, the same way you run a panda-breeding program.
Among eight new Kepler planets found are the two most Earth-like to date, with possible conditions for the propagation of life.
A few talented artists get to have their 3D-printed ornaments hung on the White House Christmas tree, and they'll be on display at Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
What were the big stories of the year for geeks and nerds in 2014? Was this the year we all became geeks? Join the conversation.
Engineer invented the predecessor to today's home video game consoles while working at a defense contractor in the late '60s and early '70s.
Dish Network customers can watch CBS stations again after an overnight outage -- but they'll have to say goodbye to Dish's AutoHop ad-skipping feature for new episodes of the broadcaster's shows.
Trim the tree for the president this Christmas with the 3D Printed Ornament Design Challenge. No 3D printer needed. Hurry, submissions due November 10.
A combination of high-resolution X-ray CT scanning and digital visualisation has been used to restore a rare dinosaur fossil.