The space agency is testing alternative manufacturing processes for faster, cheaper ways to make parts for its new Space Launch System
It's not just your imagination--Chrome really is getting faster
Join us for a live online chat with computer scientist Andrew Appel of Princeton University. Dr. Appel will help us understand election security and voter fraud in light of yesterday's events...
New experiments show that a photon can traverse an optical obstacle course as both a wave and particle simultaneously
The tech blogosphere (CNET included) went into a mild panic today over a report in the Guardian saying that a native Google Maps app for iOS would "struggle for Apple approval"
When fully operational, Titan will use a combination of computer and graphics processors to surpass the world's fastest supercomputers
New analysis shows that metabolic effects caused by even a couple nights with less than six hours of shut-eye may feed obesity
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A Web site with tools and games to classify various species of insects, animals and plants
A guy stole my iPhone. I tracked it and posted his address online. Was that wrong?
Apple's holdingan event October 23 to introduce a new product, most likely a mini version of its iPad (Credit: Patrick Boury/Flickr ) Apple is holding its special event on Tuesday, and you can get your full dose of the news right here...
Medical imaging offers new ways to examine the deceased
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Verizon Wireless has begun selling information about its customers' geographical locations, app usage, and Web browsing activities, a move that raises privacy questions and could brush up against federal wiretapping law...
NYC Tech is expected to be the city's answer to entrepreneurial programs at Stanford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Microsoft's wrist sensor controls smart phones, video games and other electronics via hand and finger gestures
Moore's Law keeps defying the pessimists because a brigade of materials scientists continues to find ways of stretching today's silicon transistor technology even as they dig into alternatives...
Humanity's feline fixation extends to our electronic networks and gadgets
Recent experiments have begun to demonstrate how the weird world of quantum mechanics gives way to the familiarity of everyday experience