The emergence of technology and art leading to the basis of society as we know it today may have happened much longer ago than originally believed.
Physics professor Richard A. Muller now believes that the world's climate change is a result of human activity.
Physicists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the National Ignition Facility have utterly decimated a previous record for the most powerful laser shot ever.
A detailed genetic analysis has settled the question of how and when the first Americans arrived in the continent.
If you think 3D printing isn't starting to catch on, this one's for you.
Welcome the newest member of the Roomba family.
This is a pretty cool advancement in the nascent world of 3D printing.
A company called Silicon Micro wants to get on the augmented reality game before Google does.
The Google car that can drive itself is now eligible to ride on the streets of Nevada.
Google's augmented reality glasses are getting cooler by the minute.
Body armor currently worn by police officers and military personnel tends to be made from Kevlar in multiple layers, with integrated metal or ceramic plates for additional protection.
James Cameron has been one of the most championed directors of 3D film, and in his next creation he'll actually be the on-camera star as well.
How important is it to you to know that someone is calling or texting you?
It's not quite IBM's Watson, but Dr. Fill performed decently at a national crossword tournament.
The US military currently fields a number of non-lethal weapons systems to disperse hostile crowds without resorting to deadly force, including beanbag rounds and rubber bullets.
The United States Navy has been working to design a railgun that can be easily fitted to battleships and other surface craft to bolster the military's current arsenal.
I'm fairly certain most of you have seen James Cameron's Avatar or Surrogates starring Bruce Willis.
Google, along with other like-minded companies, are working to develop vehicles capable of autmomous navigation.
The F-16 Fighting Falcon - which took its first flight in 1974 - has been in production for many years now. Originally envisioned as an air superiority fighter, the F-16 eventually evolved into an all-weather multirole aircraft.
GE commercials used to tout the fact that the company brought good things to life. Well, the corporation's tagline these days is "imagination at work," and I think both slogans adequately describe what GE does very well.