Federal officials on Thursday released the first comprehensive look at earthquakes caused by human activity, including fracking.
Rubber companies are increasingly looking to a North American desert shrub as a potential alternative to rubber imported from Southeast Asia.
House Republicans and the White House are sparring over research funding for the Department of Energy in the upcoming fiscal year.
A common food additive may also provide emergency workers with another tool to combat oil spills.
Another ice cream company is pulling its products from store shelves due to concerns over foodborne illness.
The Compute Stick offers enough power to stream HD video, tackle the web and will work anywhere there's an HDMI port.
For the first time in nine quarters, Coke reported a 1 percent increase in global net revenue, which was aided by a 6 percent bump in North America.
There are fast cars, smart cars and self-driving cars, but what about crazy cars? Carlos Tejada takes us to the Shanghai Auto Show for a preview of high-tech autos that you may not want to drive.
For those who have become receptive to the potential benefits of Cloud-based manufacturing software and are beginning to evaluate their options, here are four key questions you should ask as you conduct research and enter into discussions with possible providers.
A new Pentagon cybersecurity strategy lays out for the first time publicly that the U.S. military plans to use cyberwarfare as an option in conflicts with enemies.
Google is trying to shake up the wireless phone industry with a low-priced service designed to pressure major carriers into making it more affordable for people to get online and use Google's services.
PepsiCo's profit in the first quarter topped Wall Street expectations, boosted by the popularity of its Frito-Lay snacks and lower costs.
Drivers want more technology that prevents collisions in their cars, but there's a limit to how much they'll pay.
First-quarter profit at General Motors rose nearly eight times above a year ago as consumers spent big on pickups and SUVs and the company didn't have to set aside money to pay for recalls.
The Obama administration is teaming up with a slew of tech giants in an effort to bring the government's vast collection of environmental information to the cloud.
A Belgian microbrewery is selling beer that utilizes unsold bread from supermarkets.
Trek Bicycle is recalling nearly 1 million bikes due to a potential safety hazard involving their front wheels.
Energy companies are delving deeper below the ocean's surface to drill for oil in the Gulf of Mexico despite lingering questions about the industry's safety standards.
A member of Volkswagen's board recently disclosed that the German automaker is working on an electric version of its iconic "bus" that could revive the model for the first time since 2013.
The U.S. Postal Service could be looking to add drones to its delivery fleet in coming years.