Mind. Blown. Brain-Controlled Drone Race Pushes Future TechWearing black headsets with tentacle-like sensors stretched over their foreheads, the competitors stare at cubes floating on computer screens as their small white drones prepare for takeoff.
Resolution In FBI-Apple Case Prolongs Larger Legal BattleThe FBI's victory in breaking into a San Bernardino killer's iPhone without Apple's help merely prolongs a battle over how far the government can go to examine private messages, photos and other files.
Affordable Model 3 Is Tesla's Biggest Test Yet.Tesla plans to unveil its Model 3 electric car Thursday night at its Los Angeles design studio.
US Indicts 3 It Ties To Syrian Electronic Army For HackingThe Justice Department has indicted three current or former members of the so-called Syrian Electronic Army for computer hacking-related conspiracies.
US Investigates 420,000 Ford F-150s For Brake FailureThe U.S. government is investigating complaints that the brakes can fail on Ford's F-150 pickup truck, one of the most popular vehicles in the nation.
Officials Consider New Orleans To Orlando Rail ServiceAmtrak and the Southern Rail Commission are conducting a tour along the Gulf Coast to consider the feasibility of bringing passenger rail back to the Gulf Coast, more than a decade after Hurricane Katrina damaged the tracks.
Miami Doctor Suspended; Video Shows Attack On Uber DriverA doctor at a Miami hospital is on administrative leave after a video surfaced on YouTube showing her hitting and screaming profanities at an Uber driver.
Review: Under Armour's Fitness Gadgets Need To Shape UpYou may know Under Armour mostly for its heavily marketed line of athletic sportswear. But the company has bigger ambitions: It's jumping into the crowded market for wearable gadgets that aim to help both athletes and couch potatoes track their fitness.
NASA Adds 3rd Company To List Of Space Station ShippersNASA is adding a third company to its short list of space station suppliers.
SpaceX's Returned Booster Rocket Back In HangarSpaceX's booster rocket, the Falcon, is back in its nest following a historic landing.
Nielsen: Smartphones and the Internet Are Eating Our TV TimeThe use of Internet-ready devices like smartphones appears to have seriously cut into American's traditional TV-watching time, new Nielsen data shows, potentially undercutting the notion that mobile devices merely serve as "second screens" while people are plopped in front of the set.
Ashley Madison Hackers Say 90-95 Percent Of Female Profiles Are FakeHackers posted personal information they said they had obtained from the cheating websites AshleyMadison.com and EstablishedMen.com.