Opponents of the law say it could allow companies to deny services to gay people.
A new menagerie of animal-inspired robotics has been unveiled by the researchers at Festo.
Google is teaming up with Johnson & Johnson to build robots that can help surgeons in the operating room
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Korienko will spend close to a year at the International Space Station.
Former Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers junior partner Ellen Pao is seeking tens of millions of dollars in damages from her former employer.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is a wealthy man, with a net worth of $120 million and stock potentially worth hundreds of millions more.
Spring isn't just a time for clearing out drawers -- it's also a great time to de-clutter on digital. NBC's Mark Barger and Julianne Pepitone report.
The United Nations' top human rights body has created a new post to investigate digital spying and violations of online privacy.
Twitter launched a video streaming app called Periscope on the same day that rival Meerkat announced a $14 million round of funding.
The Department of Justice's agencies have spent millions on drones that never flew or are barely used, says a federal auditor's report.
Researchers have created a new material covered in what they call "gecko structures" that can be switched between sticky and slippery in an instant.
A Colorado Tech University student uses a 3D printer to craft a new shell for a wounded tortoise. KUSA's Ryan Haarer reports.
In the wake of sexual assault accusations against drivers in Paris and Philadelphia, Uber released a new code of conduct on Wednesday.
The documents indicated that key staff members at the FTC were in favor of suing Google for allegedly breaking antitrust law.
This gas-free giant can carry twice as many passengers as China's regular buses and has already hit the roads of Beijing.
Facebook says the service will cut down on email from retailers and streamline the customer-service experience.
It looks like Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking aren't the only people worried that artificial intelligence could spell doom for mankind.
The U.S. called on Wednesday for an international consensus to tackle the growing threat of cyber crime in financial services and other sectors.
Cyber and physical attacks hit the nation's power grid on an average of once every four days, an investigation reveals.
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The online retailer says the U.S. is falling behind other countries when it comes to realizing the economic potential of drone technology.
Google's mission to organize the world's information is now targeting your physical mailbox.
Self-driving cars may be cool and the wave of the future, but a third of Americans say they would never buy one.
The U.S. House Intelligence Committee introduced on Tuesday its version of long-awaited legislation intended to enhance information sharing.
It's not quite "Star Trek," but Boeing has patented a force field that's meant to keep soldiers safe on the battlefield.
It turns out that Americans are not great at protecting their privacy.
The singer Taylor Swift, Microsoft Corp. and Harvard University are among those buying up .porn and .adult Web suffixes as a pre-emptive move.
University students in Spain are developing drone technology that helps identify poachers in an effort to save rhinos from extinction.
Protecting your data may require complex math, but the process is surprisingly simple.
The court filings by US Telecom and Alamo Broadband mark the first of several anticipated legal challenges to the new FCC rules.