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.
With less than two hours of instructions on how to use the Google “Glass,” we went out to tell the story about this new technology – using only the Glass, rather than the conventional TV camera, to record the assignment.
Is it the future of computers or technology that’s run amok? Few new products have been talked about and debated as much as the Google Glass, a wearable computer that looks similar to pair of eyeglasses.
A China-based all-terrain vehicle and utility-terrain vehicle maker and manufacturer is moving its North American Headquarters to McKinney this summer.
Two North Texas men want to be part of a program to send earthlings to Mars and colonize it. They are among 200,000 people from around the world who signed up to participate in “Mars One.”
Taxi’s, limos and transportation technology companies Uber and Lyft may soon all play by the same rules.
With online video AT&T looks to attract customers of Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and other services — including people who’ve stopped paying for traditional broadcast, cable or satellite TV.