Hoverboards may not be as far-into-the future as you think. This video proves that we’re well on our way to being just as cool as Marty McFly.
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Robben Island has served many functions. Most famously, it was the political prison that housed Nelson Mandela, the deceased South African president, for 18 years.
Eighty years ago on Tuesday, a photograph was published in the Daily Mail that turned a folk story into a legend. On the anniversary, Google has allowed Street View users to explore Loch Ness for themselves.
Most university students send and receive more than 100 texts per day, and often these texts are sent during times you might not expect, according to a recent study published in the Social Science Journal.
Moviegoers will soon have a new way to immerse themselves in heart-wrenching and heart-pounding cinema moments.
While the smartwatch is not new, Apple is known for taking an existing concept and turning it into the next must-have consumer electronics product. The Apple Watch is no exception.
This computer is not going to be on store shelves anytime soon and doesn’t come with an ergonomic keyboard, but it has created a great deal of buzz in the science community because it seems like science fiction.
If you want to remember something, it’s best to physically write it down on paper, not type it out digitally on your laptop or tablet, according to a recent study published in Psychological Science.
Investors — and millennials — are nuts about Acorns, a new investment app that lets people automatically invest spare change from debit and credit card purchases.
U.S. authorities are investigating the online leak of home addresses of senior officials and former officials from the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and other agencies, CBS News reported on Wednesday.
An ongoing battle between FM radio organizations and cell phone service providers made its way Tuesday to the National Association of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas.
When a cyber security breach hits the news, many think the attacks are the work of sophisticated data hackers. But two deeply researched reports being released this week underscore the less-heralded truth: the vast majority of hacking attacks are successful because employees click on links in tainted emails, companies fail to apply available patches to known software flaws, or technicians do not configure systems properly.
Computer security researchers said they have uncovered a new variation on an old weakness in Microsoft Corp’s Windows operating system that could theoretically allow hackers to steal login credentials from hundreds of millions of PCs.
The system will allow a city worker to turn individual lights on or off — say, to accommodate a film shoot — and to brighten the lights — for instance when a sporting event gets out downtown.
Apple Inc expects tremendous interest for its new smartwatch and demand to outstrip supply as consumers get an up-close look on Friday at CEO Tim Cook’s first major product.
IOS 8.3 is currently available as a free download for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, and it’s ruining a lot of people’s days already.
A new kind of mobile ad promises a future in which you’ll never have to clip or print another coupon. Vibes, a mobile marketing technology company, has developed a way for retailers to turn the ads they run on your smartphone into coupons — no additional apps needed.
Clark County and other government agencies are increasingly turning toward liability insurance to safeguard against the financial fallout from data breaches.
Facebook’s 10-year plan is based on three technologies that seemingly have nothing to do with Facebook: drones, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality.
The city of Las Vegas announced its collaboration with two new mobile parking apps Thursday, allowing metered parking customers using city meters and some city parking lots to pay through cellphones.
Amazon wants to make ordering its products as easy as a click of a button — literally. On Tuesday, the country’s largest e-commerce company announced its new product, Dash
Yearn for the warm yellow light of an old energy-hungry Edison incandescent light bulb? Find the white-blue glare of a modern LED bulb too harsh?
President Barack Obama launched a new sanctions program on Wednesday to target individuals and groups outside the United States that use “malicious” cyber attacks to threaten U.S. foreign policy, national security or economic stability.