NASA is planning to crash a water-seeking probe into the moon while ESA visits Venus. Plus, news from Mars.
Single-celled animals might be some of the most important figures in high technology.
On April 12, 1981, an untested space shuttle Columbia lifted off and began a new era of space exploration.
As watch companies and jewelers congregated for the Baselworld trade show, aficionados celebrated the watchmaker's art.
As the shuttle program turns 25, NASA opened its facilities for a peek into the development of the shuttles and their successor.
Sun Ray 2 is less expensive, smaller. Sun Ray 2FS has fiber-optic ability and supports two high-res displays.
The amphibious Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle moves fast and packs state-of-the-art electronics.
Players of Web-based game "San Francisco Zero," or "SF0," try to complete many tasks offline.
It's rumored that Apple's massive new store under construction in Midtown New York City will be open 24-7.
Visitors are educated about how scientists study and measure quakes at the U.S. Geological Survey Visitors Center.
Three NASA astronauts and a Cincinnati doctor are living and working under the ocean this month to test space medicine concepts and moon-walking techniques.
Seismologists construct computer models to recreate how the ground moved along the San Andreas fault during the 1906 quake.
Inventor of Performer automatic tuner installs device in Gibson's Chet Atkins solid-body acoustic guitar.
San Franciscans gather downtown to mark the 100th anniversary of the great earthquake of 1906.
San Francisco residents commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 1906 earthquake by attending a parade and other festivities.