Shipwrecks are terrifying catastrophes, but the underwater wreckage they leave behind has odd beauty.
Quite a few autonomous technologies, including vehicles, boats, cars and even golf carts, popped up this week -- perhaps on their own.
Concrete crushing robots, racing wheelchairs, and a laptop-sized mobility device are just a few of the innovations you'll find in this week's gallery.
The vessel, found by salvage divers who specialize in unusual finds, dates back to the Czarist era. Continue reading →
Buttons. Plates. A medicine bottle filled with viscous goo. These are among the last remnants of a doomed 1845 expedition.
A passenger ship carrying more than 450 people has sunk in the Yangtze river in central China.
Early trading between Norwegian Vikings and England may have driven them economic incentive to sail south to Denmark, new research shows.
Archaeologists have identified a Caribbean ship that sank in 1681, at the mouth of Panama's Chagres River.
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