NASA jumped back into the discussion of global climate change Tuesday with a new study that showed Earth’s climate will experience roughly 20 percent more warming than estimates originally stated, despite a recent slowdown.
Facebook has unveiled new “enforcement efforts” related to the sale of “regulated items,” including guns, on its site.
They’re a little strange looking, controversial and aren’t even available to the public yet. But Google Glass may soon become the next hottest thing in mobile communication.
Banks are racing to upgrade their ATMs before they become prime targets for hackers. It all has to do with Windows XP.
Forget counting sheep! You can now use your smartphone to help you get to sleep. There are oodles of apps that claim to help you snooze or even track the quality of your rest.
Tesla Motors has been electrifying the automobile industry for several years and on Tuesday was rewarded by Consumer Reports which named the Model S the best overall vehicle.
Xbox One will soon be Twitchier than the PlayStation 4.
WhatsApp, the popular messaging service for smartphones that’s being acquired by Facebook, will soon be offering a voice service.
Apple announced a security fix after it discovered a flaw in iPhones and other devices that could allow hackers to see private information.
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It’s a familiar scene whenever Apple unveils the latest version of a popular product — and it played out again Friday Sept. 21, 2012 around the world. There have been long lines outside Apple stores in Asia, Europe and North America, as people try to be among the first to get their hands on the new iPhone.
NASA says It’s getting images from its Curiosity rover on Mars. Curiosity is a roving laboratory about the size of a compact car. It landed Sunday night, August 5, 2012 after an eight-month, 352-mile journey. Its mission is to analyze a crater region near the equator.
A commercial rocket has blasted off with a load of supplies for the International Space Station. The SpaceX company’s Falcon 9 rocket took flight at 3:44 a.m. Tuesday, May 22, 2012 from Cape Canaveral, opening a new era of spaceflight. It carried a capsule named Dragon that is packed with 1,000 pounds of space station provisions.
This is the first time a private business has launched a vessel to the space station.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, there are plenty of high tech happenings. Of course there are plenty of computers, cameras and televisions but there are also a lot of novel, bizarre and downright quirky items as well.