Those "smart" devices we use every day are becoming more widespread.
Scientists are developing ways to make real meat with no animals involved.
The history of artificial intelligence goes back to way before the Turing test.
Researchers might have found a way to repurpose astronauts' waste into an edible, gooey substance.
At this year's World Economic Forum, many political leaders were focused on cryptocurrency and its association with criminal activity.
Theories involve "Deep State" actors, a rogue Twitter employee and Hannity deleting the account himself.
Life might be a bit different by mid-century.
General Motors unveiled the Cruise AV, its new self-driving car that virtually has no manual controls.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg has repeatedly said he wants to make the time people spend on Facebook more meaningful.
Planning an upgrade to your home may mean more than new windows, floors or cabinets.
When bitcoin topped $1,000 on its first day of trading in 2017, people questioned if it would be a fad or if the cryptocurrency was here to stay.
Years ago, bipedal robots could barely stand on their own. But by 2017, those robots can now exercise and even perform backflips with relative ease.