It's a tale of excited atoms and photons falling in love.
The Flyboard, from Zapata Racing, is kind of a dream-come-true for those who fantasize about flying.
Rob Whitworth traveled to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam in an attempt to capture some of the beauty and chaos that industrialization has brought to the area.
In this unique "cover" of The Animals' classic rendition of House of the Rising Sun, all the parts are handled by old electronics equipment, from oscilloscopes to scanners.
If you're a fan of Italian sportscars, it's best you look away.
Tyson gives a number of lengthy tirades on the failures of our current educational system when it comes to harboring a new generation of engineers and scientists.
Shell is going to make a dent in the growing need for energy.
This humorous video from the FDA warns about the dangers of weight loss fraud with tips on how to protect yourself.
Widely circulated viral video of a shaving helmet was actually a hoax designed to promote a company called HeadBlade.
President says that the government must both live within its means, as well as invest in the future.
LG announces plans for the world's first 3D smart phone. Users can see in 3D without glasses and can create their own 3D images.
Take a look inside the Kawasaki Motor Manufacturing production facility and see the amazing process of manufacturing each Jet Ski.
Sony Ericsson's CEO talks to CNN's Jim Boulden about the company's new PlayStation smartphone.
CNN's Richard Quest asks Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop and Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer about their phone alliance deal.
Many people say retraining is the answer to America's job crisis, and Christine Romans explains why it isn't working.
At Mobile World Congress 2011, Powermat shows off 'drop and charge' wireless device charging for airports.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke talks about creating a level playing field, China's currency issue, trade barriers, and the U.S. economic recovery.
China controls the bulk of the rare earth minerals market, which are used to make cell phones and cars. This dominance can be a problem if Beijing decides to halt shipments during political disputes.
Design that Matters uses car parts to save the lives of premature babies in poor countries, replacing broken, donated medical devices.