NASA on Thursday posted a “For Lease” sign on one of its space shuttle launch pads, as it continues to downsize and revamp the Kennedy Space Center following the program’s retirement.
Microsoft’s Xbox 360 is an all-in-one solution for playing games, watching TV and doing everything in between. But does the device work for gamers, who were once its core market? Maybe, maybe not.
Actor and tech investor Ashton Kutcher, was on hand at CTIA 2013 to discuss his views on the mobile industry and social networking.
It's bad enough that hackers could compromise multiplayer servers for a number of popular first-person shooters, but it's potentially even worse that they could use the same knowledge to infiltrate the U.S.
A glowing cockroach, a monkey with a blue behind and a meat-eating sponge snagged spots on a list of top 10 new species named in 2012, scientists announced Thursday.
Living legend Stephen Hawking has already achieved superhero status in the eyes of many science geeks, and now his ideas are being honored in comic book form
A new study has determined for the first time just how quickly frogs and other amphibians are disappearing around the United States, and the news is not good.
A Chilean tech company has laid claim to creating the first physical object using the power of the mind.
An intriguing 3D printing project from the University of California Berkeley aims to use natural resources like salt and wood to reduce 3D printing costs.
New online tools are launching in time for this Memorial Day to assist veterans hunting for jobs in the private sector.
Few have explored the remote volcanic islands of the Galapagos archipelago, an otherworldly landscape inhabited by the world's largest tortoises and other fantastical creatures that inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
Alongside a new campaign that compares Windows RT tablets to the competition, Microsoft has debuted a clever ad that pits Apple’s iPad against Windows RT -- and enlists Siri for help.
Add wireless mogul to Jennifer Lopez’s list of talents. The actress and singer has announced Viva Movil, a new wireless retailer dedicated to the Latino market.
Peering through Titan's thick orange clouds may not be the easiest of tasks, but a team of planetary scientists using NASA’s Cassini spacecraft have done it, and created the first full topographical map of its surface.
Google's new music service offers a lot of eye candy to go with the tunes. The song selection of around 18 million tracks is comparable to popular services such as Spotify and Rhapsody, and a myriad of playlists curated along different genres provides a big playground for music lovers.
A solar-powered plane has landed in Texas, completing the second leg of a trip across the United States.
Through bits of bone, ancient vessels, fragments of parchment and more, archaeologists are piecing together the Bible, one find at a time.
A monumental structure, made of boulders and stones with a diameter of 230 feet, emerged at the bottom of the biblical Sea of Galilee, during a routine sonar scan in 2003. And Israeli researchers are left stranded on dry land, wondering what lurks below.
A new ad for Samsung televisions portrays men as dirty beasts, just a half step up from cavemen -- and it has the more evolved members of the male species crying foul.
A smaller cousin of the Tyrannosaurus rex, called Allosaurus, may have fed on its prey in a fashion similar to modern-day falcons, a new study finds.
HTC is losing key employees in the wake of production issues with the HTC One and the flop of its Facebook Home phone, the HTC First.
A little piece of Mars fell into the Sahara Desert last year, and now it can be yours for the low, low price of about $160,000, part of an auction of nature and science artifacts from Heritage Auctions.
Based on limited time with the device, the Xbox One feels like an improvement over its predecessor. But it fails to include features some fans have demanded, including the ability to play games bought for the existing Xbox 360 system.
High-tech weapons may be screaming through the skies at five times the speed of sound by the middle of the next decade, U.S. military officials say.
Although they stood up to the immense thrust needed to launch the mighty Saturn V rocket toward the moon, it turns out that the mammoth F-1 engines that powered the booster's first two-and-a-half minutes of flight were no match for the Atlantic Ocean.
NASA has announced it is to fund construction of the world’s first ever 3D food printer.The American space company has given a $125,000 grant to mechanical engineer Anjan Contractor, who has already designed the machine.
The monumental structure, made of boulders and stones with a diameter of 230 feet, emerged from a routine sonar scan in 2003.
Big phone companies have begun to sell the vast troves of data they gather about their subscribers' locations, travels and Web-browsing habits -- a powerful tool for marketers that raises new privacy concerns.
Two endangered sea turtles that are shells of their former selves after getting stranded on Cape Cod during a cold spell are getting some help easing back into the wild -- from an acupuncturist.
For years -- and I mean years -- consumer electronics and computer companies have been struggling to replace the panoply of boxes hanging off American televisions. Game consoles, DVD players, cable boxes, DVRs -- it's a mess. Can the Xbox One fix all that?