NASA puts Cape Canaveral space shuttle launch pad up for lease
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 Xbox One 'a let down,' says Steven Butts of IGN
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.
Ashton Kutcher says the media messed up Twitter
Actor and tech investor Ashton Kutcher, was on hand at CTIA 2013 to discuss his views on the mobile industry and social networking.
Online game servers full of security holes
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.
Glow-in-the-dark cockroach among top 10 new species
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.
Stephen Hawking gets superhero treatment in new comic
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
Study finds for first time frogs and other amphibians declining around US at alarming rate
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.
Mind Control: World's first 3D printed object created using brain waves
A Chilean tech company has laid claim to creating the first physical object using the power of the mind.
All-natural 3D printers use salt and wood
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 to help veterans find jobs
New online tools are launching in time for this Memorial Day to assist veterans hunting for jobs in the private sector.
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