SpaceX released an animated video this week showing the next stage of the company's revolutionary reusable rocket development -- the Falcon 9 Heavy -- its most powerful vehicle yet, which will land three separate boosters after launch.
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When Tesla released the all-wheel drive version of its leading Model S last fall, the California automaker included a little button that, when pressed, makes a literal "Insane" difference in the car's performance.
Virtual reality technology has been advancing and expanding across multiple media industries in recent years, including video games, film and the Internet. Now it's coming to an all-new category you can probably guess with, ironically, little imagination.
Thirty inches of snowfall wasn't the only surprise Monday night's "snowpocalypse" had in store for Boston, as the first epic blizzard of 2015 brought an equally epic creature of legend along with it.
While the blizzard that blanketed New England Monday night into Tuesday failed set records in some areas, Massachusetts didn't disappoint, with residents of Boston digging themselves out of 20 to 30 inches of snow from the first major storm of 2015.
The first trailer for the big screen rebirth of The Fantastic Four hit YouTube Tuesday, and gives fans their first look at director Josh Trank's new spin on one of Marvel's oldest superhero teams.
Ford debuted the 50th anniversary edition of its infamous GT supercar at the North American International Auto Show earlier this month, and though we won't see it on the track at Le Mans until 2016, fans can drive one themselves in Forza Motorsport 6 later this year.
The U.S. military's new fifth-generation fighter and most-expensive weapon to date gave a flyover salute to the 2015 NFL Pro Bowl on Sunday -- its first ever.
If you don't know much about electric cars, you will soon according to BMW.
A police tracking feature in a popular navigation app has sheriffs across the U.S. concerned for the safety of officers, a growing number of whom want Google to turn off the feature completely.
Danish archer Lars Andersen wants to prove that a stick and string from the paleolithic era can be far more deadly than history gives it credit for, and in a new video uploaded to YouTube Friday, he shows why.
The first hard numbers surrounding Apple Watch's battery life leaked online Thursday, and depending on a user's activity, it may not last as long as many expected.
While video game platforms like Nintendo's Wii have opened up gaming to more generations than ever before, franchises like Grand Theft Auto are probably best left to a younger generation more familiar with the economics of running a profitable meth ring, or the subtlety required to knock over a bank while evading police.
Entrepreneur, inventor and philanthropist Bill Gates added trickster to his repertoire on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon Wednesday night, where the Microsoft founder conned the host into drinking water made from human waste with new technology from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Porsche dropped the latest version of its legendary 911 this week, the 911 GTS Club Coupe -- a limited edition auto from the German manufacturer's North American division sure to capture the entire club's attention.
For months we've heard Tesla talk up its new all-wheel drive sedan's 0-60 m.p.h. 3.2-second launch time -- the fastest in the world, according to the company -- but seeing passengers' reactions to the car's literal take-your-breath-away acceleration gives it new meaning.
Microsoft gave users their first full look at Windows 10 Wednesday during a launch event packed with incredible features stretching across devices into bold new territory -- these are some of our favorites.
Rumors that Microsoft may finally be updating its decades-old Internet Explorer browser with an all-new platform were confirmed during the company's Windows 10 launch event Wednesday in the form of Project Spartan.
Microsoft as part of its Windows 10 unveiling event announced Wednesday that the latest version of the popular PC software will come as a free upgrade to current Windows 7 and 8 users.