Kitty Hawk, a startup backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, released the first footage of a "flying car" prototype being tested above a lake.
Patrick Grove is an internet pioneer and one of Malaysia's most prolific entrepreneurs. His latest success story is Iflix -- a video subscription service. His goal is to have one billion subscribers, tackling one of the most diverse audiences in the world and a culture of piracy.
CNN's Rachel Crane interviews record breaking NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson via video feed from the International Space Station.
NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson can now add most experienced in the U.S. to her remarkable resume. Whitson has also clocked more hours spacewalking than any other woman and was the first woman to command the International Space Station.
We use social media to document our lives. But what happens to your posts, pictures and tweets when you die? CNN Tech Correspondent and "Mostly Human" host Laurie Segall explains what happens to your accounts when you're no longer around.
Pinchas Gutter is a Holocaust survivor. Researchers at the USC Shoah Foundation are preserving his memory by turning him into an interactive video. CNNTech's Sara O'Brien sits down with the digital survivor.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer launched USAFacts to bring "transparency to your tax dollars."
Zwift takes indoor bicycle training to the next level by letting you ride with other users in a virtual world.
A group of protesters demonstrated in favor of net neutrality rules Thursday by interrupting the FCC's chairman with a live rendition of Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up."