Europe's Parliament is calling for a 10-year extension and expansion of rules that free Europeans of roaming mobile phone charges.
The port city is claiming a first for having driverless trains operate in a complex system with conventional trains.
Airbus is talking again about its planned zero-emission hydrogen-powered concepts, and Lufthansa is signed on as a way-future launch customer.
As climate change threatens fragile environments, a tour operator teams up with Manitoba and a college to create a sustainable snow buggy.
This familiar helicopter model is perhaps the most unusual exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art
MasterCard is moving to end use of the magnetic data stripe on credit cards, now an obsolete technology. Will other issuers follow?
The power behind the throne: The Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum shows off the power plants that make big industry and modern agriculture possible.
Ireland's first horological museum is off to a timely start in Waterford.
Boom Technology's visionary chief believes he can see into a low-cost high-speed future for air travel.
The hotel operator has grown tired of scammers using its name to cheat the public and is going after the robocall industry.
A transit proposal for Japan would use zipline-like structures to move people along a network of cables.
The era of electric planes, albeit small ones, may be closer than it has appeared.
With almost everyone holding a cell phone, Japan Railways is about to pull the last payphones from its bullet trains.
PHeymont shares a visit to one of the places where the modern science museum was invented.
Electric planes set for short-hop Scotland route, and Boeing promises planes that can burn renewable fuels.