For as little as $35, movie fans can cut the cord - or even cable - to wired streaming-video devices, letting people quickly, conveniently, and cheaply watch programs on their home TV sets.
Animal welfare organization accuses Ga. college of mistreating dogs in dental implant testing
Ban Ki-moon says current climate pledges are insufficient to fight global warming
While the tongue might sing a happy tune when it gets a taste of coke, new research shows the brain may pay the ultimate price.
In the past, an iPhone that had been exposed to water was ineligible for trade-in at the Apple Store. Starting this week, phones with minor exposure to water can be traded-in.
Puerto Rico's bioluminescent lagoon goes nearly dark; scientists investigating
Strong undersea earthquake shakes eastern Indonesia
Shell collection delays and confusion over tax incentives have recently caused setbacks in the region's oyster shell recycling campaign.
Fuel removal marks start of decades-long challenge of decommissioning Japan nuclear plant
It looks like a tiny toy helicopter, but the U.S. Army is working on a pocket-sized drone that can transmit video and photos in dangerous situations.
A glance at coal and its role in climate change
2 nearly complete fossilized dinosaur skeletons to be auctioned in NYC for estimated $7M-$9M
50 year after JFK's death, new website asks people to share their stories about his legacy
East set to see Tuesday rocket launch, sending smartphone, student-built satellite to orbit
Florida won't repeat public hunt for invasive Burmese pythons in the Everglades next year
Google has agreed to a settlement requiring the Internet giant to change its privacy practices, in particular its setting cookies on certain Safari web browsers during 2011 and 2012.
In the shadow of James Madison's Montpelier, archaeologists and metal-detecting hobbyists are teaming up to unearth the history that lies beneath the 2,650-acre Virginia estate.
Recent killings of teachers in Mass., Nev. bring risks of profession to the forefront
As quickly as the technology world has changed, the pace is expected to speed up as mobile applications become more prevalent. Many of the tech world's big players are coming to a summit next month in Tysons Corner.
NASA aims for Mars: Robotic scout Maven will study upper atmosphere of Earth's desert neighbor