Musk says he will install a Tesla drivetrain in the sub car, and 'try to make it transform for real.'
Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his 'I Have a Dream' speech.
Recent Google business deals point to the creation of a driver-less fleet of cars.
Apple will unveil its iPhone 5S on Sept. 10 with a new fingerprint sensor feature, say analysts.
Apple hopes that new blood can help the company find a fresh design for a smart watch, according to the Financial Times.
Apple filed for a trademark for "iWatch" in Japan – signaling that the iWatch could be released by the end of 2014.
PayPal and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute (SETI) announced plans for an interplanetary banking system.
Google Loon is a project to bring the Internet to forgotten corners of the globe using balloons. Will it fly?
When social media is used during disasters, it can save lives and ease communities.
Google celebrates the birthday of Leonhard Euler, a Swiss mathematician recognized for popularizing much of modern math terminology and notation, as well as famous contributions to calculus and astronomy.
These three designers have created novel ways to incorporate the ever-changing world of technology into the fast-paced world of fashion. Their clothes make music, change shape, and monitor your heart.
A court has sided with Internet TV start-up Aereo over the big networks. Now, Fox threatening to cut its broadcast signals.
Ada Lovelace was the visionary half of the team that helped create the modern computer. Lovelace is honored by Google as the 'first computer programmer.'
New Ultrabook convertibles take many forms, as manufactures try to figure out what people want.
More top-notch courses open up to anyone online. Coursera and edX promise virtual equivalents of the real Ivy-league classes.
Meet Carla, a new kind of visual aide. Hologramlike projections aren't just for concerts: This one helps travelers.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg turned 28 on Monday. He was born the same year as Apple's Macintosh computers.
Tuesday's Google doodle in honor of Gideon Sundback celebrates his simple yet revolutionary zipper. Too bad his contemporaries didn't see it that way. At first, people shunned the zipper.
Gideon Sundback is certainly the inventor of the modern 'zipper.' Except Sundback didn't invent the name.
Waterproof gadgets without bulky cases. Companies now offer a nanocoating that wraps devices in an invisible armor 1,000 times thinner than a human hair.