DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The world of science is evolving at an incredible rate. A fully automated motor vehicle is currently navigating Mars, a planet sitting over 33,000,000 miles from Earth. Advancements in medicine are allowing […]
Texas and SpaceX have announced that the company will build the first commercial site for orbital launches on the state’s southernmost tip.
From TVs to automobiles, buying new often means getting the latest technology, from touch screens to wi-fi capability. But is there a price for this accessibility?
If Google Earth is an impressive use of technology, then what TCU’s Astronomy Department is helping with will blow your mind. TCU is working with 40 institutions worldwide to make the biggest map that can be made — a map of the universe.
North Texas parents have yet another reason to limit the time that little ones spend with tech gadgets in their hands — devices containing nickel are being blamed for itchy, uncomfortable rashes, and not necessarily on users’ hands.
A Fort Worth school district audit has deemed more than $2.7 million worth of computer equipment and technology as unnecessary or unused.
NASA has tested new technology designed to bring spacecraft — and one day even astronauts — safely down to Mars, with the agency declaring the experiment a qualified success even though a giant parachute got tangled on the way down.
Student teams controlling underwater robots from the United States, Canada and Russia were the winners Saturday in a global competition at the only federal freshwater marine sanctuary in the United States.
3-D mammograms may be better at finding cancer than regular scans, a large study suggests. The study involved almost half a million breast scans, with more than one-third of them using relatively new 3-D imaging along with conventional scans.
A 3-D printer can model in plastic anything drawn on a computer. With that in mind, three Mansfield High School students decided they’d use a 3-D printer to give someone a hand — literally.
Chances are better than 50-50 that the Fort Worth firm Digital Recognition Network (DRN) at some point has taken a picture of your vehicle’s license plate. The odds increase to nearly 100-percent if you live in a major city.
When the clouds are dark outside, Dallas Red Cross volunteers now keep an eye on a cloud of words on a high definition monitor.