Scientists have found out a lot more about the melting of Antarctic ice shelves thanks to elephant seals wearing satellite trackers on their heads.
Wessie the Westbrook, Maine, snake decided to discard its 10-foot-long skin in the woods, and then it discovered Twitter.
Director Gavin Hood talks to CNET about kill chains, drone police and how the US government has "ripped up" the Geneva Convention.
On this Day in History: On August 23, 1966, NASA's Lunar Orbiter 1 took the first photograph of Earth from the moon's distance.
The Hubble Space Telescope has captured the remnants of a supernova several thousand years ago.
With help from a camera and computer chip, the Shaper Origin can carve wood, metal and plastic into anything from furniture to jewelry boxes.
A video that puts a paper blade to the test will leave you with a newfound respect for the sheets in your printer tray.
Using specially developed fungi is far more environmentally friendly than the current method of reclaiming spent battery material.
Mars may be an alien planet, but it looks awfully familiar in a new 360-degree view from NASA's Curiosity rover.
Pokemon Go, and other augmented-reality adventures, could get way more immersive, thanks to a crazy-cool new innovation that makes video responsive.
On an episode of "Made By Destruction" on the Science Channel, foundry workers melt steel sourced from discarded bridges to build the most metal turntable ever.
Samsung says it underestimated its new phone's Euro-appeal, as we argue whether the venerable headphone jack deserves to die.
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