Called the Slide, Lexus's skateboard-like construction that uses magnetic levitation -- rather than wheels -- to glide through the air rather than the street will soon become a reality.
The IBM Watson super-brainy computing technology, which has helped organize massive data as well as beaten champions on the Jeopardy TV show, is now learning Japanese.
The pygmies of West Africa evolved their short stature independently, and very differently, from their cousins in East Africa, French researchers said Tuesday.
There are already more than two connected or smart devices accessing the web for every person on the planet but this is very much just the beginning.
As more companies invest in voice-recognition technology, some users are worried about their privacy disappearing.
Tablet computer sales fell in the second quarter of 2015, with market leaders Apple and Samsung losing ground to other vendors, a survey showed Wednesday.
More than 600 baby sea turtles got a second chance at life Monday when they were released into the ocean off of Boca Raton by Ft. Lauderdale Coast Guard and local nature centre officials.
Toyota has designed a new robot designed to pick up after the elderly and help people who are sick.
In fall 2011, politicians, farmers, environmentalists and local advocates met in Toronto to get the ball rolling for Canada's first urban national park, in the Rouge watershed on the city's east side.
Yahoo is trying to make video calling as private as texting with the new app Livetext.
Sightings of Asian grass carp in two Toronto ponds have prompted the "biggest response in Canada to date" from Fisheries and Oceans Canada against the invasive species.
Nokia says it's launching a virtual reality camera that will be able to capture three-dimensional video designed for professional content creators.
A historic fort threatened by melting permafrost in one of the most remote locations on Earth might be preserved thanks to 3D technology.
Controversy over Planned Parenthood's supplying fetal tissue for research has focused attention on a little-discussed aspect of science.