The Silicon Valley innovation miracle that has ushered in dizzying new ways for people to live, work and play also has intensified the pressure to find environmentally responsible ways to dispose of gadgets rendered obsolete.
Some cities prepare for hurricanes, tornadoes and floods.
Flagship phones - there are more than a few released throughout the year.
In the virtual reality video game "Secret Shop," players hear a door creak open behind them, prompting them to turn around and set the game's plot into motion.
Although it fiercely opposes the FBI's demand for help unlocking a San Bernardino shooter's encrypted iPhone, Apple has never argued that it simply can't do what the government wants. That might not be true for long.
Thousands of homeowners and small businesses in New Mexico—the second sunniest state in the nation—have invested nearly a quarter billion dollars in roof-top solar and related labor thanks to a program fueled by tax credits.
Tinder made a name for itself by getting users to "swipe" right or left to find a date. Now it wants to use that idea in the US presidential campaign.
A Chinese national pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges stemming from the hacking of trade secrets from US defense contractors, including plans for transport and fighter jets, officials said.
Bob Ebeling spent three decades filled with guilt over not stopping the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger, but found relief in the weeks before his death.
Whether the call to action is to support an important cause, save a life, or offer monetary support, new research shows it's the personal connection of giving that makes the giver feel more generous. This giving of oneself, ...