Artificial-intelligence engineers are tackling new challenges, like teaching robots about emotions. But we're still a long way from a weepy iPhone.
Wrapping up its mission, the spacecraft has landed at its resting place on Comet 67P. Follow the journey through Rosetta's eyes.
It hasn't happened since 2014, but an unusual celestial event coming Friday is no reason to freak out.
A hiker captures footage of a copperhead grappling with a cottonmouth, perplexing herpetologists in the process.
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When building a massive fighting robot, it's good to know its limitations. Watch as "MegaBots" tests its machine using a paintball cannon and wrecking ball.
No, these companies aren't going to take over the world (quite yet). They want to educate the public about the benefits of artificial intelligence.
Bell Labs, famous for inventing fundamental telephone and computer technology, now is showing off work under Nokia to revolutionize mobile networks.
Bell Labs, now run by Nokia, shows off its superfast next-gen 5G networks, smarter smartwatches and a drone that delivers new mobile network capacity.
SpaceX wants to see a million Earthlings living on Mars this century, but before anyone signs up we're going to tweet about it.
Commentary: SpaceX has advanced a vision of a city built on Mars as soon as the 2060s, but a galaxy of technical, ethical, legal and other questions need to be answered first.
Also: We talk about the pseudo-death of BlackBerry phones and discuss Facebook taking on Slack.
How much do you hate wrinkled clothes?
A Swedish company known for its high-end ironing systems will soon begin to sell a smart iron that costs more than $1,000.