To ease congestions in its bigger cities, a Chinese firm has shown off a concept for a bus that drives over the traffic.
Commentary: There's a lot of hype around Blizzard's new team shooter, but don't fear -- I come not to bury Overwatch but to praise it.
The average Norwegian has 33 apps on their smartphone, so the country's consumer body live streamed the reading of the small print of 33 popular apps. It took almost 32 hours.
The majority of young people in India still want an arranged marriage. Yet the "hook up" app is growing more popular by the day.
The Hulk has had less screen time in Marvel's cinematic Avengers franchise than Iron Man, Thor and Captain America, but he'll soon have time to shine again.
After nearly a year in development, Dubai unveils an open-plan office constructed using an industrial 3D printer.
The Japanese developer reveals more games it plans to bring to E3. As of yet, there's no word on Kingdom Hearts III.
Walrus reportedly drags selfie-taker into a pool. He drowns, and so does the zookeeper who tried to save him, Chinese media says.
His backing of Hogan resulted in the former pro wrestler winning more than $115 million in a Florida jury trial in March.
A criminal defendant allegedly used the Tor browser to visit a child pornography site hacked by the FBI, allowing law enforcement to track his location.
The show's producers apologize on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" for creating a new annoying door behavior.
The swarm was finally shooed into a cardboard box, but we're giving up now. The bees can have this planet.
Astronaut Tim Peake unveils a unique towel in space in honor of author Douglas Adams.
New gameplay details seemingly leaked on Titanfall subreddit.
Catch Pokemon in the real world with Pokemon Go; here's a breakdown of how it works and more.
Alphabet executive chairman predicts tech will improve gene sequencing and make health care more efficient.
Here's how you could be one of them.
The Louis speaker by New Black is inspired by analog sound and works completely free of electronics.
Tech companies that supported the FCC's Net neutrality rules ask the agency to make public its review of wireless service plans that exempt certain content from data caps.
A Florida judge rules there won't be a retrial or a reduction in the $140 million verdict awarded to the wrestler in a sex-tape case. But Gawker likely will appeal the decision.