A Chinese company has successfully 3D printed a five-storey apartment building and a 1,100 square metre villa from a special print material.
MakerBot announces at CES 2015 new PLA-based filaments made with composites of real metal, stone and wood, and a remote monitoring feature for its latest 3D printers.
Watch Alaskan video blogger Cory Williams completely lose his mind when he discovers the laser-like sound rocks make when skipping across a frozen lake.
For the first time, humans have observed the movement of the mysterious sailing stones of Death Valley's Racetrack Playa -- and caught them on camera.
A large boulder went for a tumble on Mars and is captured in a NASA photo, complete with the strange tracks it left behind.
Twitter co-founder launches his latest venture, a Q and A service for mobile that leverages your social network. Jelly sits "somewhere alongside or parallel" to traditional search, he tells CNET.
Alien pyramid-building theories take a blow as a new study shows Egyptians may have used water to help move the massive stones.
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Microsoft founder Bill Gates dropped a few tech tidbits, including that Microsoft "was willing to buy" WhatsApp. He's also no Edward Snowden fan (no surprise).
If there's one thing we can all agree on, it's that pizza is delicious. We took Breville's dedicated pizza-baking appliance for a spin.
It's official: another CES is in the can. And with two show floors, it was more packed than ever. So what did we learn? And what does it mean for tech in 2015 and beyond?