As Microsoft backs away from digitizing old texts, some worry that a single company could privatize world knowledge.
A filling station from the future lands in Los Angeles.
Courts have upheld routine checks of Americans’ hard drives at the border. Critics say they’re anything but routine.
The new version of Apple's sleek smartphone device hits stores on Friday, July 11.
Direct marketing is big business online. But this business shift has privacy advocates worried.
The innovation capital is prospering again, with more jobs and the nation’s highest wages.
Ethanol and other biofuels are boosting food prices and greenhouse gases, says a new British report.
Two tests use cosmic laboratories to question if the laws of physics are universal.
Ikhana, a pilotless plane with thermal-infrared imaging sensors, sends wildfire mapping data via satellite to firefighter' computers.
Ahmed Maher says he was arrested and tortured by Egyptian authorities for starting a group on the popular social-networking site that was intended to support a nationwide strike.