innovation & technology
Turkey often presents itself as the leading democracy of the Middle East, but internet censorship there is about to get worse.
Does natural gas "fracking" contaminate water supplies? A new report strongly suggests it does.
Converting coal into a fuel you can use in your engine is an old technology, but it’s being considered anew by some in Congress.
The United States employed state-of-the-art technology to hunt down Osama Bin Laden that gives a view into the state of the modern military.
Researchers are using cell phones to get a "god's eye" view of people, to predict everything from changes in the stock market or to when you are getting sick.
Digital Money or bitcoins could be changing the way that people do business.
The US military is working on a universal translator that would allow people to break down the language barrier and save lives.
More than 1,000 went to the emergency room in 2008 due to texting while walking. Should texting while walking be regulated like texting while driving?
Wael Ghonim, a former Google executive who played a crucial role in the Egyptian protests, is receiving a Profile in Courage award from Caroline Kennedy.
A Denmark-based company has created a way to turn street lamps into electricity-generating solar panels.