Republicans want to strip $911 million of investment in clean technologies and spend it on tanks. It's a terrible idea.
Silicon Alley doesn't appear to be a high priority for New York's potential mayors.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s military commission at Guantanamo Bay is a guarded affair. These are the only unofficial visuals of the hearings.
None of this should really be surprising at this point.
Cracking open the M43 and M44 cluster bombs, the short-lived weapons technology at the center of America's post-World War II psycho-wars.
Facebook's unrivaled size and scope shouldn't be brushed aside.
Any established adult living a life that’s even mildly interesting would be well served to walk around with this knowledge at hand.
While Ride's first flight came 20 years after Tereshkova's, it’s Ride who really broke the barrier for women aspiring to become astronauts.
And he's gearing up to stay for another five.
The precocious Victorian-era pill proves useful for something else, again.
Electronic music pioneer Hans-Joachim Roedelius (Cluster, Harmonia) and Stefan Schneider return with new LP 'Tiden,' and we've got the premiere for the record's first single.
Readers are being blocked from the time-honored ritual that comes with reading and sharing physical, printed books.
The bill signed last week by Gov. Rick Perry is a big step beyond federal law, which allows authorities to collect many emails with only a subpoena.
Turkey's Interior Minister is beginning to draft a law that would outlaw "witch hunts" against the regime on Twitter.
The only bank that depends on a uranium-glass sphere emitting alpha particles has bankers howling about communism.
When data leaks like oil ... Thad Allen, the "National Incident Commander" during the BP spill, now has another leak on his hands. And oil has more in common with data than you think.
It's an audacious plan, one first proposed by Napoleon III in the early 1800s.
Where there's boron, there may be RNA. Where there's RNA, there could be life.
We all know the NSA leak was an inside job. What if, like, everything is?
We used to think Antarctica lost most of its mass from calving glaciers. Now we know it's melting from the bottom up. That's trouble.
Sobering, too. Choice excerpts from the one Wiki article most assuredly written by either extraterrestrials or our reptilian, shape-shifting overlords. Or both.
At a 72-hour hackathon, the nation's top makers built a bevy of strange musical instruments that seek to change the way we experience sound.
For all the stories that stunning photographs can tell, the one we often don't hear is how the photo was captured.