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After a 2.9 billion mile journey, NASA's Stardust probe returned to Earth--carrying secrets of the solar system.
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The Atlas V lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on its way to Pluto.
Stanford Law School professor Larry Lessig talks with "Second Life" about his book "Free Culture."
A soon-to-be-released high-tech gadget analyzes skin, both above and below the surface.
A composite image of the Cartwheel and two neighboring galaxies, one of which may have collided with the Cartwheel long ago.
How do you drive when your car's standing still? Just ask Nissan, whose Urge puts you behind the wheel of an Xbox 360.
The Mac maker and iPod giant has started packaging its software in containers barely wider than a CD.
Moore's Law is on track, says Intel, and it shows a clutch of 45-nanometer chips to prove it.
Between panel discussions and online offerings, technology is in the spotlight at the Sundance Film Festival, which runs through Sunday in Utah.
Every year, there's at least one movie at the Sundance Film Festival that you can't stop thinking about.
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Furry little forecaster Punxsutawney Phil emerges from his burrow with a winter weather prediction.
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