SpaceX says that its spacecraft, which will carry cargo to orbit, is set for a maiden test flight.
NASA successfully tested a device to slow and protect a spacecraft descending on a planet's surface.
A project under development at NASA may someday give astronauts that option.
Some radical rethinking will be needed to cut the excessive use of power in data centers, say computer scientists.
Vulnerability hunters increasingly rely on "fuzzing", a technique that tries to break programs with pseudo-random inputs.
A low-cost, multifunctional reading device could take the market by storm.
An unmanned vehicle developed by the Japanese space agency is ready to bring supplies to the space station.
A novel electric propulsion system will take an ESA spacecraft to deep space.
Other antivirus firms have raised questions about Immunet's "cloud-antivirus" technology. The startup's CEO offers to answer them.
At its annual Desert RATS event, NASA is testing new robots in a simulated lunar environment.