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When we imagine the robots of the future, they often look and move like humans, standing up on two legs and using a pair of arms to grab and move objects. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is working on a different kind of robot for disaster response that's designed to move like an ape.

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Wonder material could harvest energy from thin airupdated Tue Dec 23 2014 05:44:49

Bold claims for new battery technology have been around since the invention of the lead-acid battery more than 150 years ago.

Google's fully functional driverless car is adorableupdated Mon Dec 22 2014 17:00:54

Google's new driverless-car prototype is downright hugable.

'Digital nose' on a chip can sniff out diseasesupdated Fri Dec 19 2014 08:23:35

It's long been known that dogs and cats, with their highly developed sense of smell, can be trained to identify the volatile chemicals released by human illnesses.

Study: Hack attack aimed at ISIS' oppositionupdated Fri Dec 19 2014 04:17:26

North Korea, with its previous technologically laggard image, may have just shocked the world with some alleged hacking savvy, but when ISIS comes to mind, so does the terrorists' digital bent.

Survey: Will we give up privacy without a fight?updated Thu Dec 18 2014 10:05:25

What kind of privacy will you have 10 years from now?

Mars has gas, and Curiosity finds organic matter -- fuzzy signs of life?updated Thu Dec 18 2014 09:05:56

It could be a sign, a vague one.

Space-based solar power: the energy of the future?updated Thu Dec 18 2014 06:07:26

In space there's no atmosphere, it's never cloudy, and in geosynchronous orbits it's never night: a perfect place for a solar power station to harvest uninterrupted power 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

This 3D printed plastic dress flows like fabricupdated Wed Dec 17 2014 07:16:17

The design studio Nervous System has created a novel process that allows a 3-D printed dress to move and sway like real fabric. The bespoke software behind it, called Kinematics, combines origami techniques with novel approaches to 3-D printing, pushing the technology's limits.

Solar sunflower inspired by nature could bring clean energy anywhereupdated Tue Dec 16 2014 08:05:31

Imagine a transportable solar power station that tracks the sun like a sunflower and cools itself by pumping water through its veins just like a plant.

Learn science while hacking your Roombaupdated Mon Dec 15 2014 16:07:39

Want a programmable robot of your very own that you can teach anything from playing your favorite songs to cleaning up after the party? iRobot says go ahead and hack your Roomba.

Geminid meteor shower to light up the weekend skyupdated Fri Dec 12 2014 12:37:47

Amid the twinkling holiday lights adorning homes around the world, a natural light show is set to take center stage over the weekend.

How the wind farms of the future could be underwaterupdated Thu Dec 11 2014 10:48:25

The United Kingdom may seem an unlikely candidate to lead a renewable energy revolution; it doesn't have much sun for solar power, it doesn't have much space for wind power and it doesn't have giant coursing rivers for hydro.

'Malnourished minds': Why it matters that 4.4 billion people don't have internetupdated Thu Dec 11 2014 10:38:54

My father grew up about two hours east of Calcutta. I remember him telling me that on a number of occasions, and at the behest of his father, he would read the dictionary by the light of a hurricane lamp.

Navy: New laser weapon works, ready for actionupdated Thu Dec 11 2014 08:03:18

The U.S. Navy says its new laser weapon works and it will use it if it has to.

The flying fungus: NASA's biodegradable drone that flies and diesupdated Wed Dec 10 2014 12:34:23

A bio-drone that dissolves after use leaving no trace it ever existed may sound like the stuff of a James Bond film, but NASA and a team of researchers are actually building one.

Virtual reality movies will dominate Sundance in 2015updated Tue Dec 09 2014 05:22:19

Next month, a giant industry gathering is going to be flooded with virtual-reality experiences: the Birdly flight simulator; something that lets users confront a kaiju attack; an Oculus Rift-enabled spin on combat training; even a VR installation that lets you go to a college party. But this isn't the line-up for CES?it's the Sundance Film Festival.

Sleepy space probe New Horizons awakens for close-up with Plutoupdated Sun Dec 07 2014 19:45:33

Three billion miles away from Earth, in an unchartered slice of our solar system, a small space probe is shaking off its deep sleep and getting ready to become the first spacecraft to visit Pluto and its moons.

'Nearly flawless': Orion passes 2-orbit test flightupdated Fri Dec 05 2014 04:09:07

With one 4½-hour flight Friday, the new spacecraft series that NASA hopes will take astronauts to Mars passed its first test above Earth.

Faster than a speeding bullet? Meet the world's first 1,000 mph carupdated Thu Dec 04 2014 11:06:35

What has a jet engine, a rocket booster and travels on a set of aluminum wheels? It's the Bloodhound SuperSonic Car (SSC) and it has plans to hit the world land speed record at 1,000 mph.

NASA's Orion launch scrubbed, rescheduled for Fridayupdated Thu Dec 04 2014 06:10:25

NASA will have to wait at least one more day to see how its new Orion spacecraft flies.

NASA 'go' for its next giant leap into spaceupdated Wed Dec 03 2014 18:42:38

It's the biggest countdown for NASA since the shuttle era ended in 2011. The space agency's new Orion spacecraft is scheduled to lift off on an uncrewed test flight at 7:05 a.m. ET Thursday from Space Launch Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral, Florida.

President Obama, now in 3D thanks to printer updated Wed Dec 03 2014 07:23:15

Tourists flocking to Washington, D.C., hoping to get a glimpse of President Barack Obama might not get the chance to see him in person -- but they can now get pretty close thanks to the Smithsonian Institution.

NASA spaceship ready for test flightupdated Sun Nov 30 2014 16:21:32

It looks like a throwback to the Apollo era, but NASA's new spaceship is roomier and designed to go far beyond the moon -- to an asteroid and eventually Mars.

NOAA: 2014 is shaping up as hottest year on recordupdated Sun Nov 30 2014 03:07:25

The first ten months of 2014 have been the hottest since record keeping began more than 130 years ago, according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Motion-capture secrets behind 'Planet of the Apes'updated Fri Nov 28 2014 05:25:47

He's the face of motion-capture performance.

Do driverless cars need to make their passengers feel like drivers?updated Thu Nov 27 2014 08:35:00

Open source and Made in Italy: Arduino are circuit boards with a sense of styleupdated Wed Nov 26 2014 09:45:53

Long before there was Apple there was Olivetti.

Is this the world's first 'stalker drone'?updated Wed Nov 26 2014 09:08:55

They can already deliver pizzas, monitor endangered species and rain down Hellfire missiles from an altitude of 50,000 feet.

Inventor creates watch that fires laserupdated Tue Nov 25 2014 15:40:34

It cuts through plastic! It burns holes in walls!

R.I.P checkbook, adios PIN number: How you'll manage your money in 2020updated Mon Nov 24 2014 05:28:05

The checkbook is dead. While we're at it, let's write an obit for card readers too.

The home security device that's always listeningupdated Thu Nov 20 2014 18:45:46

For Airbnb hosts who want to keep tabs on their homes, a full home security system might be overkill. They're expensive, and live cameras and motion detectors invade guests' privacy. So how do they make sure guests keep the volume down, aren't smoking inside and don't ransack their home?

From ice to fire: after hopping on a comet, ESA now looks at Mercuryupdated Thu Nov 20 2014 09:15:22

After landing a probe on an icy comet and possibly shedding new light on the origins of life on Earth, the European Space Agency (ESA) is now looking at scorching-hot Mercury for its next mission.

The $50 earthquake alarm that could save thousands of livesupdated Thu Nov 20 2014 07:48:11

In September 1985 a devastating earthquake measuring 8.1 on the Richter Scale smashed into Mexico City killing 10,000 people and leaving parts of the city in ruins.

The race is on for flying car start upsupdated Fri Nov 14 2014 09:17:00

Not since the Wright brothers flew the first powered aircraft near Kitty Hawk in 1903 has the competition been so intense. The technology that can give us the world's first affordable and easily pilotable flying car is almost here.

Your chance of being struck by lightning is climbing, climate scientist saysupdated Fri Nov 14 2014 08:58:28

Thanks to climate change, you'll be more likely to get struck by lightning as the years pass, scientists say. Make that 50% more likely for those who are around at the end of the century.

11 really cool space missionsupdated Wed Nov 12 2014 16:06:16

It's hard to top the tricky, first-ever landing on a comet, broadcast live on the Internet.

Why Amazon's Echo is the computer of the future updated Wed Nov 12 2014 12:00:45

What if, instead of picking up a smartphone or touching a mouse, you could just say, "Remind me to buy shampoo," "Play some bluegrass music," or "How many moons does Saturn have?" in the middle of your living room?

Rosetta closes in on cometupdated Wed Nov 12 2014 02:52:18

Nick Glass sits down with Matt Taylor, a Rosetta Project scientist, to talk about the logistics of landing on a comet.

Pentagon wants ideas for flying aircraft carrierupdated Tue Nov 11 2014 10:22:38

Got an idea on how to make a flying aircraft carrier? The Defense Department wants to know about it.

Rosetta comet landing: 'We can do amazing things, if we dream big'updated Mon Nov 10 2014 06:37:53

From the realms of science fiction to science fact, the Rosetta mission reached its climax this week when when the mission's scientists succeeded in landing a washing machine-sized probe named Philae on a moving comet after a 6.4 billion mile journey.

Dazed and confused, the music industry still hasn't found what it's looking for updated Fri Nov 07 2014 06:58:29

Album sales are at an all-time low in the United States. Vinyl sales are at their highest for 15 years. Everybody says streaming is the future, yet major artists are pulling out of streaming services. And in tech-oriented Japan, CDs still account for 85% of album sales. The current state of the music industry is anyone's guess.

'Foodini' machine lets you print edible burgers, pizza, chocolateupdated Thu Nov 06 2014 06:08:55

As further proof that you can now 3D-print anything, a company called Natural Machines has introduced a 3D printer for food.

Oculus 'many months away,' but virtual reality sunglasses will take a little longerupdated Wed Nov 05 2014 05:56:33

We might still not have jetpacks and flying cars, but another dangling promise of the technology world now seems one step closer. Virtual reality (VR) is a serious business, as confirmed by Facebook's acquisition of Oculus VR for $2 billion earlier this year. Now, the makers of the highly anticipated Oculus device seem on track to deliver a consumer model, which they say is "many months," but not years, away.

Cute or creepy? This toy lets babies post selfies on Facebookupdated Tue Nov 04 2014 05:59:53

"Little Bob says hi!"

The 7 quirkiest Kickstarter gadgetsupdated Thu Oct 30 2014 12:34:36

Crowdfunding and high-tech innovation were made for each other.

The last thing we ever build? The machines that make machinesupdated Wed Oct 29 2014 11:22:42

From the single, centrally-positioned seat to the crash-proof frame, this Formula One-like car is an alluring piece of kit. It would make any driver stand out in a traffic jam, and it's completely road legal.

Industrial art: Inside Volkswagen's beautiful 'transparent factory'updated Tue Oct 28 2014 06:23:00

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Are obese crash test dummies the key to preventing road deaths?updated Thu Oct 23 2014 09:28:06

Car safety testing has come a long way since the days of dropping cadavers down unused elevator shafts in the 1930s.

Wearable tech to hack your brainupdated Wed Oct 22 2014 00:56:19

The technology sounds simultaneously fake and dangerous: Strap on a headset and send targeted electrical currents into your brain for about 15 minutes to get more energy, improve your focus or calm down.

Moon blotted out some of the sun during Thursday's partial solar eclipseupdated Wed Oct 22 2014 00:20:57

Maybe your mother told you it's not polite to stare.

Comet Siding Spring buzzes Mars, but NASA orbiters and rovers are safeupdated Sun Oct 19 2014 19:46:24

It was the closest comet near-miss known to astronomers, but everything is alright.

What is the mysterious Magic Leap?updated Fri Oct 17 2014 16:40:51

It may have more than a half-billion dollars in the bank and the backing of tech titans like Google, as well as the investors with some of Silicon Valley's deepest pockets.

Duck-and-cover time for Mars spacecraft as comet nearsupdated Fri Oct 17 2014 14:31:14

A comet is speeding toward a close-encounter with Mars. Comet Siding Spring is expected to come within 87,000 miles of Mars at about 2:27 p.m. ET on Sunday -- very close for a comet flyby. The space rock is moving at about 126,000 mph (56 kilometers per second).

Taking a cue from science fiction, Microsoft demos 'universal translator'updated Thu Oct 16 2014 12:30:38

Skype users will soon be able to conduct voice and video calls supported by a near-real time translation technology.

Navy's exoskeleton could make workers 20 times more productiveupdated Tue Oct 14 2014 08:36:46

Military work is physically demanding?and we're not just talking about soldiers on the battlefield. Travel down the chain, and you'll find plenty of positions where strength and stamina are highly valued skills.

What happens after you click 'buy'? Betty-Bot gets to workupdated Mon Oct 13 2014 06:25:10

In a warehouse about the size of four football fields, more than a million units of online retail items are housed.

Going up! Cosmic elevator could reach space on a cable made of diamondsupdated Fri Oct 10 2014 08:02:15

Want to ride an elevator into space? While the idea has been around for more than 100 years, a breakthrough in nanotechnology could mean we will be riding into space on a cable made of diamonds.

Blindness? Gone in the next 10 years, says laser eye surgery pioneerupdated Thu Oct 09 2014 10:22:24

A tragedy of blindness is that it is rarely necessary. Of over 250 million people suffering visual impairment around the world, four in five cases are preventable or curable.

Meet the virtual patients training real doctorsupdated Wed Oct 08 2014 15:36:46

Even before the examination begins, it's clear Ann Martinez isn't well.

Send your name into space, maybe to Marsupdated Wed Oct 08 2014 07:32:37

Maybe you chickened out on the one-way trip to Mars that was being offered. But never fear, there's still a way for you to make a name for yourself.

Blood moon the sequel had millions gazing at the skiesupdated Wed Oct 08 2014 00:39:50

Sequels are usually a disappointment. But not this time, not with this heavenly body.

Sleeper spaceship could carry first humans to Mars in hibernation stateupdated Tue Oct 07 2014 12:33:54

Six astronauts lie motionless in a row of compartments with medical monitoring cables connected to their bodies, as their space ship cuts through the silent blackness that separates Earth from Mars.

From 3D-printed airplanes to robot explorers: Nine TED talks on the future of tomorrowupdated Tue Oct 07 2014 10:57:27

TED talks have become an integral forum in airing ideas about tomorrow's world, and how the likes of transport and energy will be revolutionized in the future. Here, we take a look at nine of the most thought-provoking discussions on what the transformation of tomorrow will entail.

U.S. Navy could 'swarm' foes with robot boatsupdated Mon Oct 06 2014 11:09:08

The U.S. Navy is getting ready to "swarm" its adversaries.

Finally, a flying car for everybody? It's the idiot-proof aerial commuter updated Fri Oct 03 2014 06:24:14

There may be plenty of idiots on the road, but is putting them in the skies taking it, quite literally, to the next dimension?

Blood moon returns early Wednesday, and this time it's biggerupdated Fri Oct 03 2014 01:25:18

Blood moon, Act II, opens soon in the heavens near you. And it will be bigger than Act I.

A new photography drone for drone newbiesupdated Thu Oct 02 2014 15:20:57

Even when a drone's small, turned off, unarmed and resting on a table in a coffee shop, it can make people uneasy.

Is demoted planet Pluto making a comeback?updated Thu Oct 02 2014 13:45:08

Poor Pluto. Is it or isn't it a planet?

World Space Week: Nine coolest Twitter accounts for space fansupdated Thu Oct 02 2014 09:11:09

Beyond Pistorius: rise of 'cyberathletes' could change sport as we know itupdated Thu Oct 02 2014 08:34:21

Andy Lewis' dream died when he was 16. Just out of school, the Englishman had been accepted for an elite traineeship with the army when he was hit by a truck, which resulted in most of his left leg being amputated.

Why Google's next big thing could be a warp-speed supercomputerupdated Thu Oct 02 2014 06:25:19

It depends on mind-bending physics and ultra-cold temperatures but quantum computing could bring about a new era in processing power that promises to revolutionize everything from artificial intelligence to high finance.

New airport scanner could make going through security a breezeupdated Wed Oct 01 2014 07:48:03

Imagine if going through airport security was just a matter of walking past a stretch of wall. No pat-downs, no X-rays, no metal detectors, and no need to remove any clothing.

Crowdfunding propels potato salad joke into a charity concert bashupdated Mon Sep 29 2014 08:38:16

Potato salad is a cause worthy of charitable donations.

Trying to build a better breast pumpupdated Thu Sep 25 2014 16:46:56

An eclectic group of engineers, designers, artists, parents and lactation consultants came together at MIT over the weekend to improve a necessary, unpopular device: the breast pump.

Dark matter? Scientists closer to seeing a vast, invisible universeupdated Sat Sep 20 2014 08:57:51

Take a look around you, and in your mind's eye, randomly wipe out all but a small fraction of what you can see. Pretend the vast rest of reality is there but invisible.

NASA tech finds disaster survivorsupdated Thu Sep 18 2014 16:31:52

Each time your heart beats, your entire body moves -- even if you're unconscious and pinned under a pile of rubble.

Magical organ gives 'musical taste' a new meaningupdated Thu Sep 18 2014 12:15:31

The organist's fingers step lightly through a world of summer fruits, picking out high notes that conjure zest and vitality, before segueing into a lazy melody of golden malt fields.

A brighter future: five ideas that will change solar energyupdated Thu Sep 18 2014 06:30:44

The energy needs of the world could all, in principle, be fulfilled by one single source -- the sun. There are challenges in making this a reality, however: affordability first, and finding a way to capture this energy efficiently to turn it into electricity.

Realistic 'robo-hawks' designed to fly around and terrorize real birdsupdated Tue Sep 16 2014 06:43:42

Birds are nice enough, unless you work at places like airports, farms, and landfills, in which case they're the sworn enemy. Today, there are a variety of tools and technologies for spooking unwanted birds?we've graduated from scarecrows to flash-bang grenades and other sophisticated armaments?but Nico Nijenhuis is undoubtedly working on the coolest. He's building robot hawks that trick lingering critters into thinking they're about to get snacked on.

Filming the fantastical fluorescent light show beneath the wavesupdated Tue Sep 16 2014 05:19:59

With their feet dug into the sand, tourists sit in awe on the beach front, mesmerized as little sparks of electric blue light twinkle brightly in the water. The natural neon particles seem to dance across the waves as they break along the shore. And with every disturbance in the water, a pulsating flash of light is emitted.

The submarine that found a lost H-bomb: 'Alvin' reveals the mysteries of the deepupdated Fri Sep 12 2014 05:31:56

Staring out of the glass viewports, three people sit silently in the metal sphere as it continues its descent hundreds of meters below the ocean's surface. The journey will take over an hour and the lights in the little submarine have been turned off.

Big solar storm hitting Earthupdated Thu Sep 11 2014 13:19:00

Youvathana Sok looked up and saw more than just stars in the crisp, clear Maine night sky.

Superbooks: High-tech reading puts you inside the storyupdated Wed Sep 10 2014 08:34:44

Imagine you could tell Romeo that he doesn't need to take the poison to be with Juliet, warn Streetcar's Blanche Dubois not to rely on the kindness of strangers, or suggest that Jonathan Harker take his vacation somewhere other than Transylvania.

Meteorite makes big crater in Nicaragua, government saysupdated Mon Sep 08 2014 10:31:14

A meteorite crashed down in Managua, Nicaragua, late Saturday night, causing a loud explosion and leaving a crater 39 feet (12 meters) across, government officials said, according to The Associated Press. No damage or injuries were reported.

Newly found asteroid to pass close to Earth on Sundayupdated Sun Sep 07 2014 04:08:24

A newly discovered asteroid will pass "very close" to Earth on Sunday, NASA says.

Newly found asteroid to pass close to Earth on Sundayupdated Thu Sep 04 2014 12:08:09

A newly discovered asteroid will pass "very close" to Earth on Sunday, NASA says.

The race to create a real-life tricorderupdated Wed Sep 03 2014 20:44:26

In an old office building at NASA's Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California, there's a room stacked high with plastic containers of synthetic urine. Researchers dip small white paddles into the liquid, wait for a grid of squares to change colors, and snap a photo with a custom smartphone app.

Turn your kitchen into an orchestraupdated Wed Sep 03 2014 08:49:20

Air guitar players, bus stop drummers and office desk virtuosos, rejoice: being a slave to the rhythm has just become a lot more fun. Mogees is a new technology that turns any object into a musical instrument, by converting the vibrations you make when you touch it into sound.

Can levitating appliances take off?updated Fri Aug 29 2014 05:22:23

Ger Jansen is puzzling about how to fit a windshield. His problem is not installing it in a car, but hanging the glass in thin air and keeping it hovering for a prolonged display.

Google reveals secret drone delivery testsupdated Thu Aug 28 2014 20:22:04

Amazon is trying it. UPS has considered it. Ice fishermen in Minnesota used it to get beer. Yelp created one just for burritos.

Biodesign: Why the future of our cities is soft and hairy updated Wed Aug 27 2014 11:21:08

You get out of bed and open the curtains.

Scientists: Solar system inside a searing gas bubbleupdated Wed Aug 27 2014 05:26:48

Ever feel like you live in a bubble?

Sensors let Alzheimer's patients stay at home, safelyupdated Mon Aug 25 2014 19:43:30

Mary Lou doesn't know that she's being tracked.

Experimental SpaceX rocket self-detonates over Texasupdated Sat Aug 23 2014 06:26:46

A rung on the long ladder to Mars broke Friday, when a rocket test in Texas ended in a midair ball of fire.

2022 World Cup city rises in the desertupdated Tue Aug 19 2014 09:41:29

If you're trying to create the perfect 21st-century city, it helps to start with a blank slate. Even if that slate is a sweltering strip of sand.

Trash palaces: The spectacular houses built from scrap updated Mon Aug 18 2014 07:54:36

Getting a foothold on the property ladder can be a challenge at the best of times, and the prospects for many of us have been battered further by the global recession.

See the UFO? No? Try squinting. Squint harderupdated Fri Aug 15 2014 07:08:48

Down on Earth, we all know: Do anything stupid these days, and video of it will turn up on the Internet to embarrass you.

For the first time ever, a woman wins mathematics' highest honorupdated Wed Aug 13 2014 09:58:26

For the first time in history, a woman has received the highest honor in mathematics, often nicknamed the Nobel Prize of mathematics.

Japan's robot revolutionupdated Tue Jul 15 2014 14:09:36

From an android newscaster, to a realistic humanoid, CNN's Will Ripley examines what's next for Japan's robot revolution.

Ice cream made-to-order in 90 secondsupdated Wed Nov 13 2013 11:51:35

CNN's David Mattingly visits a San Francisco shop that creates made-to-order ice cream in 90 seconds.

Trauma dummies help doctors learnupdated Tue Oct 22 2013 19:46:46

A new patient simulator is equipped with robotics that allow it to move, hemorrhage and more to help train doctors.

Vets conquer with all-terrain wheelchairupdated Mon Oct 14 2013 18:29:54

All-terrain wheelchairs give freedom to disabled vets, letting them conquer hills, mud, sand and up to a foot of water.

Mars applicants apply hereupdated Mon Aug 12 2013 13:50:43

The Mars Society's Nicole Willett describes the characteristics needed for an applicant wanting to live on Mars.

Google says it can pick your best photosupdated Wed May 15 2013 17:49:38

Google's Vic Gundotra demos a service that they say can look at your library of photos and identify which are best.

Google's new voice command searchupdated Wed May 15 2013 15:16:48

Google's Johanna Wright demonstrates Google's voice activated hot word search at a company presentation.

Gates: More kids should learn to programupdated Thu Mar 07 2013 17:42:35

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates talks about computer coding, working from home and the future of technology.

Contenidos en la Internetupdated Thu Jan 31 2013 14:03:27

La experta en redes sociales, Silvina Moschini, habla del uso de Internet por parte de los niños y opina sobre la censura.

Doctor's office in a boxupdated Tue Jan 15 2013 05:19:07

Imagine a quick, inexpensive trip to the doctor at all hours of the night. WJW reports.

Software weeds out weak resumesupdated Tue Jan 08 2013 07:39:50

Your resume might never be seen by a human. Software weeds out ones without certain words. CNN's Jim Boulden reports.

Apple announces upgrades to laptopsupdated Mon Jun 11 2012 14:40:44

Apple Senior VP Phil Schiller says the upgraded MacBook Air laptops are faster, has better graphics and $100 cheaper.

Images of sun like you've never seenupdated Thu May 24 2012 10:02:53

NASA has enhanced solar images to make the structures on the sun more visible.

CNN Explains: Commercial space flightupdated Fri May 18 2012 16:30:58

Now that NASA's shuttle program is no longer running, how will the U.S. get astronauts into space? CNN explains.

Camera captures 19th century shipwreckupdated Thu May 17 2012 12:33:12

NOAA used a remotely operated camera to view the remains of a 19th century sailing ship in the Gulf of Mexico.

Robot can help troops see through wallsupdated Wed May 16 2012 15:38:09

The U.S. military is using a small robot to help troops in Afghanistan see through walls and potentially save lives.

How the iPhone saved a Corning factoryupdated Thu May 10 2012 19:49:09

Steve Jobs' request for tougher glass in the iPhone led Corning to produce Gorilla Glass in an old Kentucky factory.

The $6 million Kickstarter watchupdated Mon Apr 30 2012 12:42:37

A Kickstarter campaign for the Pebble watch has raised more than $6 million for a device that connects with smart phones.

Flying in a remote controlled helicopterupdated Tue Apr 03 2012 11:02:01

Kaman and Lockheed Martin have teamed up to build an unmanned helicopter they hope will save lives in war zones.

James Cameron prepares for epic diveupdated Thu Mar 08 2012 13:37:21

Director James Cameron prepares his submarine for his record breaking dive down to the depths of the Mariana Trench.

Innovators you want to knowupdated Mon Jan 09 2012 16:38:42

Meet the innovators and agents of change that have been selected for CNN's The Next List.

A list of who's nextupdated Mon Jan 09 2012 16:36:36

Dr. Sanjay Gupta introduces us to a selection of change agents from a variety of fields.

Meet America's fastest supercomputerupdated Mon Nov 14 2011 11:57:45

The Jaguar supercomputer in Oak Ridge, TN is used for everything from scientific research to disaster management.

Robot army helps run warehousesupdated Tue Nov 08 2011 15:17:47

The future of warehouses may be one with fast shipments and few human employees if robots like Kiva Systems continue to invade the workspace.

Lanzamiento del Nokia Lumiaupdated Sun Nov 06 2011 18:33:25

José Carlos Garcia, estuvo en el lanzamiento del teléfono Nokia Lumia en Londres.

Baseball's new rolling roof in Miamiupdated Wed Nov 02 2011 13:07:50

The Marlins' new $550 million stadium won't open until 2012, but CNNMoney got a sneak peek of how the roof will work.

2010: Apple CEO on future of notebooksupdated Thu Oct 06 2011 12:19:21

Apple CEO sees the new and improved MacBook Air as the future of notebook computers.

Device keeps guitar in tune foreverupdated Wed Aug 31 2011 08:46:15

CNN's Reynolds Wolf shows us a new Technovation that will keep a guitar in tune forever.

Transport advancement: Electric tramupdated Sun Aug 28 2011 23:02:35

Now running at Seoul's main amusement park, Paula Hancocks learns the concept of "charge as you go."

The legacy of Steve Jobsupdated Thu Aug 25 2011 03:50:19

CNN's Dan Simon takes a close look at Steve Jobs' tenure as CEO of Apple.

Couple married by computerized ministerupdated Mon Aug 01 2011 05:29:31

A Houston couple ties the knot with a computer program acting as minister.

Japan's 'perfect pop star' isn't realupdated Tue Jul 12 2011 06:31:17

Japan uses computer-generated images to create chart-topping pop stars. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.

2010: High tech pet health careupdated Fri Jul 08 2011 09:38:11

One of the best hospitals in Arizona isn't for you, it's for your pets.

Emirates' civil nuclear energy programupdated Mon Jun 27 2011 13:35:04

Emirati nuclear officials say proposed nuclear plants for growing energy demands will have advanced safety systems.

Solar plane sets energy exampleupdated Thu Jun 23 2011 14:45:38

Creators of the fuel-free plane Solar Impulse want more people to follow their example and use renewable energy.

Google's Chromebook debutupdated Thu Jun 16 2011 15:47:47

How will the Chromebook stack up with the competition?

Hands-free camera records your adventureupdated Thu Jun 16 2011 02:44:39

GoPro CEO Nicholas Woodman explains how his wearable camera lets anyone record their adventures in HD.

Cloud computing good for businessupdated Sun Jun 12 2011 19:05:31

New tech businesses can get off the ground faster thanks to the new cloud computing technology. CNN's Emily Reuben reports

Trash cans go high-tech in Dayton, Ohioupdated Thu Jun 09 2011 12:02:07

Solar-powered, compact trash cans will pop up at bus stops in Dayton, Ohio as WDTN's Jordan Burgess reports.

No glare with these shadesupdated Wed Jun 08 2011 15:18:00

New sunglass technology keeps the glare from blinding you. CNN's Randi Kaye talks to its inventor.

Cloud computing comes to the massesupdated Tue Jun 07 2011 15:55:16

Apple's new cloud computing service could help bring the growing service to the masses.

All about computer cloudsupdated Mon Jun 06 2011 19:03:20

CNN's Max Foster explains storing information on the internet.

Apple's new Lion operating systemupdated Mon Jun 06 2011 17:57:24

Apple highlights the features of its new operating system, Lion.

Apple's fourth cloudupdated Thu Jun 02 2011 13:50:35

Apple has announced its attempt to move into cloud computing, but it's not the first time.

Google's revolutionary laptopupdated Sun May 15 2011 19:21:46

Tech expert Katie Linendoll on Google's new Chromebook laptop and its revolutionary operating system.

Facial recognition software explainedupdated Wed May 04 2011 14:37:06

The U.S. used facial recognition technology to help identify bin Laden. CNN's Michael Holmes explains how it works.

Bionic device for wheelchair usersupdated Wed Apr 27 2011 13:48:23

Berkeley Bionics CEO Eythor Bender talks about the vision behind eLegs, a bionic device for wheelchair users.

21st century pharmacyupdated Fri Apr 22 2011 17:31:07

A new way of dispensing medicine is coming to America's hospitals. CNN's Dan Simon reports.

Flying robots!updated Tue Apr 05 2011 15:46:55

MIT researchers have developed a new use for the Microsoft Kinect system - a robot that flies without help from humans.

'Solarball' uses sun to clean waterupdated Thu Mar 31 2011 15:17:38

New hamster-ball-style technology uses the sun to turn dirty water into clean.

Qatar: Robo-clouds to cool World Cupupdated Fri Mar 25 2011 10:21:20

Researchers at Qatar University come up with a novel way to cool stadiums ahead of the 2022 World Cup.

Goodbye tech, here's the wrapupdated Wed Mar 16 2011 23:28:59

CNN staffers give you the inside scoop as the technology festival wraps up.