For now, the robot truckers would only take control on the highways, leaving humans to handle the tougher task of wending through city streets
Students at an elementary school in Virginia are very excited about their own tiny satellite
As Twitter seeks to gain traction, there's a report that it may make a big change to its tweet limit
Facebook exec said it was "an emptiness that fills your heart, your lungs, constricts your ability to think or even to breathe"
In a major shift in how fledgling tech companies are funded, average investors can buy stakes in startups -- but buyer beware
Google plans to switch off Adobe's Flash Player by default by the end of the year; 10 websites will be exempt
Facebook's CEO has invited a number of prominent conservative leaders to a private meeting this Wednesday
Surprising discovery is made through high-tech testing on a small coffin that was unearthed more than a century ago
Auto expert: "It will be indispensable to your life. It will be all sorts of things we can't even think of today"
Nearly every day on average, someone is reportedly killed in a high-speed police chase
Only three of the 27 whales that came ashore were saved, Mexico's Navy says
It's an unusual sight to be sure: Humpback whales frolicking in the shadow of the Golden Gate Bridge
Apple is investing a billion dollars in an Uber-like company based in China
This week the first full-scale test of Hyperloop One - an ultra-high-speed transportation system - was conducted in the Nevada desert
Some of the top stories this week were controversy over whether Facebook is editing their trending news section and Instagram's major makeover.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is defending his company against claims that the site is politically biased.
"People with bad intentions exist everywhere," the mobile dating app warns
Lawmakers say government is playing catch-up by including social media in what's probed during background checks for security clearances
Scientists say their find helps prove humans lived in the area 14,500 years ago, a date many thought impossible
A faint blue galaxy about 30 million light-years away from Earth might hold clues to the origin of the universe