When you're driving down the highway and feel lost or unsure of what exit to take, instead of reaching for a map you turn down the music instead. Cheddar explains multitasking and why your brain has you reach for the radio knob.
Samsung's new Galaxy Fold smartphone will be the first of many devices with flexible screens in the coming years, a company director has said. The Fold is the Korean technology giant's first major device to use folding screen technology and will g...
A look at the figures behind the 'world's biggest plane'. Built by Stratolaunch, it took its maiden flight over the Mojave Desert in Los Angeles on April 13. The aircraft is designed to act as a flying launch pad for satellites.
The elephant population in South Africa's Kruger National park is growing, and the big animals can be destructive. But like humans, elephants are afraid of bees. So one zoologist is testing whether the insects can ward off the hungry pachyderms.
SpaceX launched its second supersized rocket on April 11, and for the first time landed all three boosters. The Falcon Heavy thundered into the sky with a communication satellite called Arabsat, the rocket's first paying customer.
The threat of terrorism is causing cities to change how they're designed. Bollards, checkpoints and choke points help officials manage the difficult task of thwarting terrorism. But there are ways that are less obvious. Join Patrick Jones as he re...
About 50 years ago, doctors came up with a new definition for death: brain death. But brain death isn't as cut and dried as we would like to think. Cheddar explains how you can be declared legally dead in one place, but alive in another.
As New York City declared a health emergency following a measles outbreak, public health experts are expressing concerns about social media posts that "anti-vaxxers' are spreading online. "It's very important to recognize that this is a public hea...
An intense debate is underway over the benefits and drawbacks of using microchips, typically relied upon to identify ranch animals and pets, on humans.
After taking a DNA test on a whim, author Dani Shapiro discovered that her beloved late father had not been, in fact, her biological parent.
Simon Armitage explores the obsession with upgrading to the latest technological gadgetry.