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.
Cloud or not? Antivirus companies look for faster ways to detect malicious code, but are foggy on the exact definition of a cloud service.
The first full-scale test of the booster for NASA's Ares I rocket was called off because of a power failure.
For the first time, the country has launched a vehicle carrying a satellite, but it failed to reach its intended orbit.
Attacks that send database commands to the servers hosting a Web site have become a common way to compromise networks and infect visitors' computers.
A year after Microsoft kicked off a three-level grading system for vulnerabilities, researchers still question its accuracy.
Using more than one antivirus engine helps users detect threats faster, but the legality of using another company's scanner is questionable.