A young star appears to be ripping apart outer layers of a close-orbiting "hot Jupiter" planet
Here's where white supremacists, Donald Trump, Twitter, free speech and hate speech all collide
Facebook is about to get rid of a photo album in your profile that you might not have known even exists
Since the time of King Tut, master artists have crafted tools and decorative artifacts out of meteorites
Silver coins are stamped with the face of a king who ruled during era between the Old and New Testaments
From Mark Zuckerberg to Kylie Jenner, celebrity Twitter accounts have been getting hacked; here's how you can protect yourself
Among his venture capital firm's biggest hits are Google, Amazon, Genentech and Netscape
Weeks after Martin Duram was fatally shot, his African grey parrot apparently mimicked what may have been an argument before the shooting
Scientists carried out a two-year $10 million experiment that offers the hope for a potential weapon to fight man-made global warming
Mangled wreck of very old technology may be a kind of philosopher's guide to the galaxy, and perhaps the world's oldest mechanical computer
Who should maintain control of the global system of .com, .org, .net and other addresses?
A Florida toddler is lucky to be alive after nearly drowning in a neighborhood swimming pool
After 12 straight record hot months worldwide, a new trend may be taking hold
Google's Larry Page developing flying cars; Philly considers sugar tax on soda; solar power finally gets its day in U.S.
A tweet from SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk adds to speculation about his secret superpowers
One advantage: "You aren't going to have to walk around a mall wearing a headset"
Bloomberg reports that Google co-founder Larry Page is has been secretly funding Silicon Valley flying car startups
The company is pushing back against claims that millions of users' data, including passwords, were compromised
Startup "Getaway" encourages guests of their 160-square-foot homes to disconnect and soak in the surroundings in undisclosed locations
It's official: A majority of employers say productivity is sliding as personal use of smartphones climbs at work