Microsoft sales are growing for just about every product it makes ... except for Windows. FULL STORY
In a nondescript building in San Francisco's Potrero Hill, a diverse group of entrepreneurs, doctors, financiers and artists gather for the monthly Bronze Party -- an event where couples dance, drink and, if they're up for it, have sex with other partners. FULL STORY
"So, I don't think there is such a thing as recreational LSD use," veteran Silicon Valley engineer Kevin Herbert said wryly. "I would be at a Grateful Dead show, high on LSD ... and something about my work would just come to me." FULL STORY
T-Mobile has revealed that 50% of its customers don't qualify for its top promotions. FULL STORY
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick spoke publicly for the first time about the team's deflated football scandal ... in front of an all-too-appropriate Gillette ad that read #Flexball. FULL STORY
One second, you're looking at the flat surface of a real wooden table. Then, you're gazing straight through it, past small trees, tiny confused zombies, and layers of earth into a deep hole filled with animated lava. FULL STORY
Healthcare.gov, the federal website where you sign up for Obamacare, is quietly sharing your personal information with private companies. FULL STORY
Hackers forced their way into the Twitter account of France's "Le Monde" newspaper on Wednesday and posted "Je ne suis pas Charlie." FULL STORY
Steve Jobs was a notoriously stubborn individual with strong ideas about what made Apple's products great. FULL STORY
Imagine a blimp city floating 30 miles above the scorching surface of Venus -- a home for a team of astronauts studying one of the solar system's most inhospitable planets.
More than four billion people do not have access to the internet. Is humanity is depriving itself of half its potential?
Cutting edge innovations are transforming our behavior in the kitchen. Here are six technologies turning us into smart cooks.
A British startup called Owlstone has created a microchip that can detect chemical molecules in the air with great accuracy.
Who is Slenderman?
He's the Internet's own monster, a ghoul who lurks in its darkest corners and, like the Web itself, has mutated time and again to suit the dreams and desires of his devotees.
Sensors let Alzheimer's patients stay at home, safely
Caregivers are turning to smart-home and wearable technology to monitor family members with Alzheimer's and dementia, helping them live independently longer.
Apparently This Matters: Weed Fairy leaves free pot
I never actually caught a glimpse of the Tooth Fairy when I was young, but she was definitely real and in cahoots with my mom. This, due to the fact that I never woke up to find a Nintendo.
The next frontier in 3-D printing: Human organs
The emerging process of 3-D printing can reproduce the vascular systems required to make organs viable. Scientists already use the machines to print tiny strips of organ tissue. And while printing whole human organs for transplants is still years away, the technology is rapidly developing.
Can 'Mario Kart 8' save the Wii U?
It's the gaming industry's gold standard, once named by Guinness World Records as the most influential video game in history. Now, Nintendo is turning to "Super Mario Kart" once again.