Typically the stuff of mystery, a real flying saucer could appear over the Hawaiian island of Kauai later this week, but it won't be coming from outer space. The rocket-powered, saucer-like craft is part of a NASA project that could aid missions to other planets.
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A family of robot kits for 3D printers is being developed by Intel, with the first, named Jimmy, due out in September.
The latest Top 500 ranking sees China stay on top.
From space submarines to solar wind powered spacecraft, a look at the coolest space technologies
Nothing quite says Ctrl-Alt-Delete like a computer gone psychotic.
The iWatch won't be an official product until it's announced on the stage of an Apple press event, but a Thursday report lends more credibility to rumours that Apple's smartwatch is imminent. Referencing various anonymous supply-chain sources, Reuters has reported that Taiwan's Quanta Computer will begin production of Apple's mythical wearable in July.
The Bring Your Own Device movement was supposed to make employees more productive while saving companies money. But a funny thing is happening on the way to mobile nirvana: Companies aren't doing it, according to a new study by CompTIA.
Diesel, a Labrador Retriever, appears to live in a perpetual state of glee and is unbothered by the electronics-packed vest he is wearing.
Perhaps it is just a nerd’s delight, but Bruce Campbell, a former electrical engineer has made a Boeing 727 airliner his home
Apple's new programming language modernizes iOS development by synthesizing great ideas invented elsewhere
Like-minded states cooperating together, not an overarching global agreement, is likely to emerge as the primary way to avoid destabilisation in cyberspace, according to the first working paper of the Global Commission on Internet Governance (CCIG), an independent, non-partisan think tank on international governance.
Minuscule robots of the future that swim around in your body delivering drugs have come a step closer to reality.
Apple seems to be finally getting ready to allow apps that deal in Bitcoin and other digital currencies in its App Store.
Each week, ITworld's Phil Johnson pokes fun at the tech world's top news and newsmakers
Here is a collection of some of the most intriguing and potentially valuable Kickstarter tech projects people are trying to launch.
A robot completed repairs on another robot in space this week, advancing the possibility of future robots working in deep space, as well as Earth-based robots working in the enterprise.
Intel chief executive, Brian Krzanich, has shown off a pair of robots, claiming that one of them, powered by its embedded Edison processor, would be available for sale by the end of the year.
Ghost Stories, Coldplay's sixth album, has been given a suitably haunting promo in the shape of an animated album cover by Trunk.
For some reason or other I had never felt comfortable with the 'selfie' phenomenon.
The U.S. military is just weeks away from getting a prototype for an Iron Man-like suit that would make soldiers stronger, give them real-time battlefield information, monitor their vital signs and even stop their bleeding.
Microsoft Learn represents a new hands-on approach to learning that aims to help all stakeholders achieve their goals faster.. Read more