Executive chairman Bill Ford Jr. discusses what it means to get the Ford trademark back.
Scientists have developed tiny laser-driven robots made of air bubbles that could one day be used to build microscopic structures.
Ken Goldberg is an inventor working at the intersection of art, robotics, and social media and shares four very human lessons that he's learned from working with robots.
Blackberry maker Research in Motion has hired bankers for a strategic review as Facebook's troubles grow.
Henry Ford and Steve Jobs had a lot more in common than you might think.
A new space age begins as the first privately owned vessel reaches the International Space Station.
The most urgent challenge facing Tim Cook is putting out innovative, quality products.
The IMTSTV crew is on location at Joe Gibbs Racing in Huntersville, North Carolina.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk discusses the difference he is trying to make for the future of space flight.
3D printing involves taking a computer aided design file, clicking print, and watching an object be printed before you.
In a bid to track sea pollution by mimicking how fish navigate and work together, scientists moved their robotic fish from the lab to the sea.
A new aerial surveillance system to protect forests and endangered species in remote parts of the world is being pioneered by ecologists in Switzerland.
General Motors' CEO says he envisions a more global and hi-tech future for the company.
The two tech giants battle over patents in court despite Apple's reliance on Samsung for parts.
Author Daniel Gross says that the American decline is a myth.
Google's self-driving car tackles driving in Washington, D.C. traffic.
Musk hopes that his SpaceX Dragon Capsule can become the first privately-built spaceship to dock with ISS.
Groundbreaking research is allowing quadriplegics to control objects with a robotic arm and the power of their thoughts.
Bryan Cera demonstrates his “Glove One,” a wireless phone that fits ON your hand.