NASA's lunar orbiter uses a high-bandwidth connection to send back hundreds of gigabytes of data per day.
Asteroids and the moons of Mars could lay the foundations for humans to explore the surface of the red planet.
A major denial-of-service attack silenced the Twitterverse.
Photos from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter capture Apollo lunar landing sites.
The Interplanetary Internet makes its debut on the space station.
T-Mobile goes up against the new iPhone with its MyTouch 3G.
In its first meeting, the committee to review human spaceflight listened to private companies explain why their launch vehicles are better than NASA's.
Cars could someday communicate with other vehicles and traffic signals using their lights.
NASA is taking the first step toward returning humans to the moon: it's sending a pair of robotic lunar explorers.
A team at Yahoo Research work out how to classify individuals by their email habits.