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Carpenter who cut off his fingers makes 'Robohand' with 3-D printerupdated Mon Apr 14 2014 05:43:02

"I was in a position to see exactly what happens in the human hand. I got the basics of what it's all about and thought yeah, I'll make my own."

'Blood moon' will be a sight to behold, weather permitting updated Fri Apr 11 2014 07:39:03

Tuesday will bring a spectacle in the night sky worth staying up for when the moon turns a burnt reddish orange.

Listen for a ping, and the water may play tricks on youupdated Fri Apr 11 2014 04:42:56

Put an ear to the ocean and listen carefully, but beware. The water may play tricks on you.

Google Glass available to anyone for one day onlyupdated Thu Apr 10 2014 16:52:32

Have you been pining for your very own wearable $1,500 Google Glass but weren't sure how you, a regular nondeveloper residing in the United States, could procure one?

Navy's future: Electric guns, lasers, water as fuelupdated Thu Apr 10 2014 10:44:57

Imagine ships that fire missiles at seven times the speed of sound without using explosives, or that use lasers to destroy threats at the cost of about a dollar a shot, and vessels making fuel from the very seawater in which they're floating.

Using tablets to reach kids with autismupdated Wed Apr 09 2014 11:22:01

Two 5-year-old boys, one with autism, were having some friendly playtime when they had a communication breakdown. One boy didn't respond to the other and walked away. The ignored kid got frustrated and pushed over a small staircase, causing the first boy to fall.

Astronomers find 'diamond engagement ring' in spaceupdated Wed Apr 09 2014 10:12:34

Planetary nebula Abell 33 has taken on romantic proportions.

The universe is expanding, but how quickly?updated Tue Apr 08 2014 11:55:16

You can't see it happening on Earth, but space itself is stretching. Ever since the Big Bang happened 13.8 billion years ago, the universe has been getting bigger.

Forget wearable tech, embeddable implants are already hereupdated Tue Apr 08 2014 07:48:59

Smartphone mapping features are great for getting directions, until you lose signal. But you could avoid getting lost in the woods with a guiding system embedded in your body.

5 biometric alternatives to the passwordupdated Fri Apr 04 2014 17:07:13

There are many things that make you special: Your sense of humor, your dance moves, your personal style, the shape of your ear.

Signs of underground ocean found on Saturn moonupdated Thu Apr 03 2014 17:07:28

An ocean at least as large as Lake Superior lies below a thick layer of ice on a moon of Saturn, new data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft suggests.

U.S. gets new, hyper-accurate atomic clockupdated Thu Apr 03 2014 15:45:50

Timekeeping in the United States, which was already a pretty precise science involving lasers and atomic particles, just got even more exact.

The next frontier in 3-D printing: Human organsupdated Thu Apr 03 2014 09:49:05

The emerging process of 3-D printing, which uses computer-created digital models to create real-world objects, has produced everything from toys to jewelry to food.

Giant six-legged robot crab to walk the ocean floorupdated Tue Apr 01 2014 05:30:02

Monsters of the deep will have a man-made horror to contend with, as the Crabster CR200 is released into the oceans. Weighing over half a ton, the six-legged, crustacean-inspired robot is intended for the most dangerous undersea exploration.

The secret military tech inside household robot vacuum cleanerupdated Mon Mar 31 2014 08:15:50

Imagine: you are sitting with friends, one day in the distant future, in a space-age house, while robot servants cook dinner, fold laundry and mow the lawn.

Helping 'smart' devices talk to each otherupdated Fri Mar 28 2014 12:02:03

A house that tracks your every movement through your car and automatically heats up before you get home. A toaster that talks to your refrigerator and announces when breakfast is ready through your TV. A toothbrush that tattles on kids by sending a text message to their parents.

Designer genes take a leap forward after scientists make new chromosomeupdated Fri Mar 28 2014 10:00:43

Look miles into the future and imagine a day, when geneticists can design a flawless set of human genes in a laboratory.

Facebook looks to drones, lasers and satellites for Internet accessupdated Thu Mar 27 2014 22:10:09

Two thirds of the world population does not have Internet access. Facebook already has more than a billion users on its service, but before it can sign up the rest of world it needs to get them online.

Astronomers find first asteroid with ringsupdated Wed Mar 26 2014 14:56:26

Quick -- name a planet with rings. Easy, right?

Dwarf planet discovered at solar system's edgeupdated Wed Mar 26 2014 14:34:59

For anyone holding out hope of Pluto being reinstated as a major planet, you should probably do as they say in the movie "Frozen" and "let it go."

The guns that know who is firing them: Can smart tech make firearms safer?updated Wed Mar 26 2014 06:24:44

As a teenager, Omer Kiyani was shot in the face with an unsecured firearm. He still struggles with the trauma. But the Detroit engineer now believes he has created a device that would have saved him and may save thousands of others.

Drought-ravaged California turns to tech for helpupdated Fri Mar 21 2014 18:29:54

Sometimes it takes a disaster to inspire innovation.

Big Bang breakthrough announced; gravitational waves detectedupdated Mon Mar 17 2014 18:08:26

There's no way for us to know exactly what happened some 13.8 billion years ago, when our universe burst onto the scene. But scientists announced Monday a breakthrough in understanding how our world as we know it came to be.

Lego robot shatters Rubik's Cube recordupdated Mon Mar 17 2014 11:09:58

If you were never able to solve a Rubik's Cube without peeling off the stickers or prying it apart with a butter knife, you're really going to hate this robot.

Forget text messaging, the 'oPhone' lets you send smellsupdated Mon Mar 17 2014 08:34:37

Holiday albums could be less forgettable when pictures of a Mediterranean meal carry the scent of olives; a selfie on the beach contains a trace of salt spray or a rainy London scene conveys the distinctive aroma of freshly wet concrete.

Wireless electricity? It's hereupdated Fri Mar 14 2014 09:52:12

Katie Hall was shocked the second she saw it: a light-bulb glowing in the middle of a room with no wires attached.

How America celebrates Pi Day updated Fri Mar 14 2014 00:38:37

March 14 is my favorite day to be a nerd.

United offers free streaming TV and moviesupdated Thu Mar 13 2014 19:23:14

Tired of hokey in-flight movies or spotty DirecTV connections? United Airlines is adding an option for watching TV during flights that lets passengers stream content directly to their laptop, iPhone, iPad or iPod touch for free.

Chelsea Clinton: 'I taught my parents how to text'updated Tue Mar 11 2014 18:31:46

In her first visit to South by Southwest Interactive, the tech-themed conference underway here, former first daughter Chelsea Clinton devoted the bulk of her prepared talk Tuesday to the admirable work of her family's foundation in improving global health care.

Amid U.S.-Russian tensions over Ukraine, space show goes onupdated Tue Mar 11 2014 13:53:37

The American bears a broad grin, flashing an "OK" sign to the Russian support team tending to him after his descent from space. It's not exactly the image of two countries at extreme odds over the Ukraine crisis.

Batman meets Iron Man in this high-tech armorupdated Wed Mar 05 2014 09:28:48

If Batman and Iron Man got together in the lab to patch together a new outfit, it might look like this.

Here's why the Ukraine crisis won't affect Russia, U.S. space collaborationupdated Wed Mar 05 2014 04:02:17

On Earth, the United States may be trading bitter accusations with Russia over Ukraine.

Can Apple help make hearing aids cool?updated Tue Mar 04 2014 12:02:25

People wait in long lines and even camp out to get their hands on new Apple devices as soon as they're available. But they drag their feet, sometimes for years, when it comes to purchasing another piece of technology that could greatly improve their lives: hearing aids.

Spider lessons: How to mend your body with silk updated Mon Mar 03 2014 10:58:20

If you ever try your hand at farming spiders, you'll very soon discover it's no easy task.

Successful launch for rain-tracking satelliteupdated Thu Feb 27 2014 14:17:26

A Japanese rocket roared into orbit early Friday (Thursday afternoon ET) carrying what NASA calls its most precise instrument yet for measuring rain and snowfall.

NASA discovers 715 new planetsupdated Wed Feb 26 2014 15:02:17

Our galactic neighborhood just got a lot bigger. NASA on Wednesday announced the discovery of 715 new planets, by far the biggest batch of planets ever unveiled at once.

Man selling home for $135,000 in Dogecoinsupdated Wed Feb 26 2014 09:42:37

The Dogecoin started off as a penniless Internet joke. But Matt Thompson plans on selling his vacation home for this meme-inspired currency.

Sony tie-up with Michael Jackson leaves fans wanting moreupdated Mon Feb 24 2014 06:43:22

Sony has announced a tie-up with the estate of Michael Jackson, allowing them to use his music to promote the release of a new smartphone. But the announcement left some Jackson fans unimpressed.

Steve Jobs may appear on U.S. postage stampupdated Fri Feb 21 2014 13:30:18

The likeness of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs may appear on a commemorative U.S. postage stamp in 2015, only four years after his death.

The weirdest thing at Sochi? Your face on a giant screen of morphing pistonsupdated Fri Feb 21 2014 10:27:06

One of the most impressive spectacles visitors have found at the Sochi games doesn't have anything to do with sports at all. It's their own face, over 20 feet tall, rendered on a giant morphing wall at the entrance to Olympic Park.

Supernova secrets seen in X-raysupdated Wed Feb 19 2014 13:04:17

Cassiopeia A was a star more than eight times the mass of our sun before it exploded in the cataclysmic, fiery death astronomers call a supernova.

Bitcoin ATMs coming to the U.S.updated Tue Feb 18 2014 16:40:39

Bitcoin, the emerging if still somewhat mysterious digital currency, may be coming soon to a high-tech ATM near you.

Mystery of Mars 'doughnut rock' solvedupdated Fri Feb 14 2014 15:42:39

The "jelly doughnut" rock that seemed to appear out of nowhere on Mars last month did not fall out of an extraterrestrial pastry box.

How termite-inspired robots could build for usupdated Thu Feb 13 2014 17:06:06

Human construction projects are generally centrally planned, with people in leadership roles supervising how everything is put together, and builders aware of the overall progress.

'The night I invented 3D printing'updated Thu Feb 13 2014 11:33:30

Call him Charlie, Charles, Chuck -- whatever you want. It's all okay with him.

Laser bombardment yields energy milestoneupdated Wed Feb 12 2014 20:54:21

The event was over in a fraction of a scintilla of a blink of an eye and released a burst of energy that's not particularly impressive by most standards.

Study: Water could be flowing on Mars nowupdated Mon Feb 10 2014 17:07:47

The presence of water on Mars is often talked about in the past tense -- as in, billions of years in the past. But researchers have found clues that water could be flowing in the present, at least during warm seasons.

Curiosity rover takes snapshot of Earth -- from 100 million miles away on Marsupdated Thu Feb 06 2014 17:03:28

It's a dot in the sky.

Meet Glyph, a headset that beams video into your eyesupdated Thu Feb 06 2014 08:46:30

Forget about the big screen, the small screen and even the second screen.

From Windows to the Xbox: Bill Gates' 'pioneering' impactupdated Tue Feb 04 2014 16:33:26

To ask what impact Bill Gates has had on computing is, in a way, too small a question. For millions of people in the nearly four decades since he co-founded Microsoft, Gates has defined the entire field.

Feeling glum, happy, aroused? New technology can detect your moodupdated Tue Feb 04 2014 08:08:16

A long distance drive can be lonely with only a radio for company, and if the driver is stressed or tired it becomes dangerous.

Beer-delivery drone grounded by FAAupdated Fri Jan 31 2014 19:21:37

Ice fishers in Minnesota are reeling from a recent FAA decision prohibiting beer delivery by drone.

Director: Super Bowl halftime show will be creative, coldupdated Fri Jan 31 2014 09:33:58

As he prepares Sunday's Super Bowl XLVIII halftime show, Hamish Hamilton isn't free with details about what its millions of viewers should expect.

Study: Solar system full of 'rogue' asteroidsupdated Thu Jan 30 2014 16:11:00

If you want to find an asteroid, the region between Mars and Jupiter is a great place to look. That area where asteroids hang out is called the main asteroid belt

The spacesuit inspired by medieval armor, made for walking on Marsupdated Thu Jan 30 2014 11:11:33

It takes Dr Gernot Groomer three hours to put on the spacesuit he hopes will, one day, walk across the surface of Mars.

Google Glass adds style, prescription lensesupdated Tue Jan 28 2014 00:05:41

Google Glass's vision for its future is coming into focus.

Hobbyists pilot small drones for dogfights, photographyupdated Fri Jan 24 2014 09:41:01

Marque Cornblatt's interest in drones began with a bit of playful drone-on-drone violence.

NASA: 2 places on Mars could have been habitableupdated Thu Jan 23 2014 14:03:40

Two NASA rovers are about 5,200 miles apart on the surface of Mars and will likely never meet.

Get ready for a shock: The world's fastest supercar might soon be electricupdated Thu Jan 23 2014 08:47:55

At full speed, the Rimac Concept_One is little more than a cherry red blur, flashing from one corner of the horizon to the other in the blink of an eye.

NASA putting new eyes on Earth in 2014updated Wed Jan 22 2014 18:24:14

NASA announced an ambitious slate of launches Wednesday aimed at putting new eyes on the Earth and its atmosphere in 2014.

Fighting fires with the help of Google Glassupdated Tue Jan 21 2014 11:10:06

When a building is on fire, every second counts for the first responders rushing to the scene. A computer-savvy firefighter in North Carolina is hoping a bit of futuristic wearable technology and clever programming can help save time and lives.

Mystery rock spotted on Marsupdated Mon Jan 20 2014 12:43:13

Did Mars rover Opportunity order a jelly doughnut?

Wake up Rosetta: You have a date with a cometupdated Fri Jan 17 2014 05:37:52

Scientists are inviting you to take part in "waking up" a comet-chasing probe that has been in hibernation in space for nearly three years.

Ticket for driving in Google Glass dismissedupdated Thu Jan 16 2014 21:24:37

It may have been the most anticipated traffic court date ever.

Three new planets found, and one orbits a 'twin' of our sunupdated Wed Jan 15 2014 16:22:20

It's rare for astronomers to spot a planet in a star cluster. That's partly why a cluster called Messier 67 is so special: We now know that it has three planets orbiting stars.

Google wants to run your home with Nestupdated Wed Jan 15 2014 10:48:14

Google is knocking at your front door. It wants to come inside, make itself at home, and quietly turn all of your boring home devices into "smart" connected gadgets that learn about your patterns and preferences, talk to each other, collect data about your habits and make life easier by assisting with daily tasks.

The coolest things technology has up its sleeve in 2014updated Wed Jan 15 2014 05:50:55

From wearable technology to space tourism, 2014 will be a year of significant technological leaps. We take a look through some of the most ground-breaking developments of the year ahead.

Hover bikes and laser lights: The sci-fi future of cyclingupdated Wed Jan 15 2014 04:53:34

Imagine a bicycle that was more than a means to get you to work in the morning, but a personal assistant to boot. It could shield you from oncoming traffic, look up weather conditions in advance, anticipate the road ahead and make adjustments to your journey. Imagine it could also double as smog filter, fit compactly on your bookshelf, and even fly.

3-D printing tries to find a homeupdated Tue Jan 14 2014 09:11:22

The companies that make 3-D printers want a spot in your home. They're just not sure exactly why you need one of their futuristic devices yet.

Orbital becomes second private firm to send cargo craft to ISSupdated Sun Jan 12 2014 14:32:56

The first commercial supply mission by Orbital Sciences Corp.'s unmanned Cygnus spacecraft has docked at the International Space Station, NASA said Sunday.

'Robotic bartender' machine can mix you a cocktailupdated Fri Jan 10 2014 13:58:30

If you've ever been at a crowded bar or a packed party, you have probably waited a long time for a drink.

'Smart' toothbrush grades your brushing habitsupdated Thu Jan 09 2014 17:46:37

If you're tired of nagging your kids (or another member of your household) to brush their teeth, you have a new ally.

Driverless car tech gets serious at CESupdated Thu Jan 09 2014 07:58:35

The big auto show in Detroit doesn't kick off until next week, but major car companies are already showing off some of their more exciting car-tech prototypes here at the International Consumer Electronics Show.

U.S. backs space station through 2024updated Wed Jan 08 2014 19:43:32

The Obama administration wants to keep the International Space Station open for another decade, keeping the orbital research platform open through 2024, the White House and NASA announced Wednesday.

The technology bringing Sinatra, Tupac back to lifeupdated Wed Jan 08 2014 08:14:24

Frank Sinatra is back, crooning 'Fly Me To The Moon' live in his trademark suit and fedora as if he had never left the stage. A decade and a half after Ol' Blue Eyes passed away, this unexpected new appearance has been made possible with an optical technology called Musion Eyeliner.

Wearable gadgets search for mainstream appealupdated Wed Jan 08 2014 08:09:48

Some people think wearable gadgets look cool. Perhaps they rock their Google Glass while out at happy hour, or flash the latest crowd-funded smart watch at the office.

MakerBot shows off a trio of new 3-D printersupdated Mon Jan 06 2014 22:26:23

There's a new option for anyone who's wanted to dabble in 3-D printing but didn't know where to start. On Monday, MakerBot founder Bre Pettis unveiled a trio of 3-D printers, including a new device for beginners, at a news conference at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Wanted: Time travelers forecasting on social mediaupdated Fri Jan 03 2014 15:50:20

In the movie "Back to the Future," the year is 1955 when Marty McFly introduces the song "Johnny B. Goode" to a high school dance. That was three years before this tune was actually written, but McFly knows it well because he's from the future.

Blogger: Google Glass is 'doomed' -- for nowupdated Thu Jan 02 2014 12:43:16

A noted tech journalist and early adopter of Google's Glass headset is declaring the technology "doomed," at least for 2014.

Obit: RIP, light bulbupdated Tue Dec 31 2013 11:38:27

It lit up the world and showed us all our way. It served presidents, princes, and paupers with equal alacrity. It brought the writings of Yeats, Joyce, Rowling, and Trudeau to millions of bed-readers, and helped countless people around the world avoid stubbing their toes in the dark.

14 Kickstarter projects we're excited for in 2014updated Mon Dec 30 2013 06:13:53

After the holiday leftovers have disguised themselves in countless sandwich renditions, it'll be time to put 2013 behind us and look to a new year.

Top science and space stories of 2013updated Thu Dec 26 2013 08:26:32

It has been a thrilling year of discovery in many areas of science, but also a sobering time -- federal funding cuts threaten the future of innovation, and rising carbon dioxide levels foreshadow environmental and health challenges linked to climate change.

IBM's 5 predictions for the futureupdated Thu Dec 19 2013 14:59:16

Kids are shuffled through numerous teachers, classrooms and schools during their educational career. Some will rack up a thick file of issues, while others will leave no mark, positive or negative, at all.

10 pop-culture robots that shaped the futureupdated Thu Dec 19 2013 09:16:37

Say "laptop" or "tablet" or "app" to a technophile and you may get them interested. Say "robot," and you've got them excited.

Kickstarter millionaires' club: 11 projects that raised more than $1M in 2013updated Wed Dec 18 2013 04:43:57

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Spacewalks set to fix space station cooling pumpupdated Tue Dec 17 2013 18:00:03

Astronauts will conduct a series of Christmas-week spacewalks to replace a faulty coolant pump aboard the International Space Station that has forced operations to be scaled back since last week, NASA announced Tuesday.

The pioneers behind a human-powered helicopterupdated Tue Dec 17 2013 10:04:52

It doesn't sound like it should be that hard.

Meet a Higgs boson -- 'God particle' -- detectiveupdated Sat Dec 14 2013 09:49:11

One trillionth of a second after the Big Bang is the timeframe that physicist Joe Incandela knows well. So he was surprised by an invitation to speak to businesspeople last year about predictions for 2013.

Africa's super telescopes 'will inspire science boom'updated Thu Dec 12 2013 05:20:25

Under a clear night sky on a rocky arid outcrop, South African astronomers are waiting for the stars to come out and play.

These semi-legal shelters clinging to city walls are a housing crisis wake-up callupdated Thu Dec 12 2013 05:00:34

Twenty-three homeless shelter pods barnacled to the side of a railroad station in Marseilles, France, are safe, for now. Once they touch the ground, most legal bets are off.

Google bus stunt reveals tensions in San Franciscoupdated Wed Dec 11 2013 18:32:14

A real protest, a fake Google employee, a viral video and some shiny buses have brought attention to the growing tensions between San Francisco's moneyed tech-sector workers and the city's working poor and middle class.

Malls of the future: touchscreen store windows made from 'connected glass'updated Wed Dec 11 2013 04:49:25

Think back to that prehistoric era before the internet existed. Around this time every year the dreadful reality of Christmas shopping would dawn: you would soon have no choice but to face the music and that music would be none other than a hypnotic rendition of Jingle Bells following you into every store, turning you into yet another mall zombie like the rest of them.

200,000 people apply to live on Marsupdated Tue Dec 10 2013 13:07:52

If you have ambitions of being one of the first people on Mars, listen up: A Dutch company says it is moving along with its plan to send four lucky Earthlings to colonize the Red Planet. The catch: They won't ever come back.

Mars Curiosity rover finds life-supporting chemicalsupdated Tue Dec 10 2013 11:30:31

Curious about life on Mars? NASA's rover Curiosity has now given scientists the strongest evidence to date that the environment on the Red Planet could have supported life billions of years ago.

All-seeing eye: the throwable camera that could save victims' livesupdated Mon Dec 09 2013 06:42:22

On Tuesday, January 12 2010, the world watched in horror as Haiti was struck by a catastrophic earthquake. At least 100,000 people lost their lives in the devastation. In the aftermath, many people around the world sent financial aid to help support survivors.

NASA shares image of massive 'Hexagon' on Saturnupdated Fri Dec 06 2013 17:19:09

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has provided your multicolored space distraction of the day: images of a swirling, six-sided weather feature on the surface of Saturn.

Microsoft developed a 'smart' braupdated Wed Dec 04 2013 14:25:39

It's no longer enough to have smartphones, smartwatches, smart TVs and smart cars. Now a tech company is bringing artificial intelligence to lingerie.

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.

What's next for video on Tue Mar 15 2011 19:05:47

CNN Digital General Manager KC Estenson gives South by Southwest attendees a look at what's next for

Explain it to me: South by Southwestupdated Tue Mar 15 2011 10:06:25

We explain why thousands of techies, filmmakers and musicians descend upon Austin, Texas, for South by Southwest.

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