Pieces of the defunct satellite are expected to fall back to Earth, but where and when remains uncertain.
Astronomers have put a new technique for measuring stellar mass through its paces by studying Orion's red supergiant
A conversation with Nicholas Felton shows how Facebook's new apps will uncover uncomfortable truths about users -- and how the same data could enable entirely new kinds of targeted advertising
Here's what we want to see in the next generation of the phone that changed everything.
Spot can run, but he can't hide.
Cosmos-sized gravitational waves would distort our view of the universe in a way that matches some of cosmologists' most puzzling observation, says cosmologist
Microsoft's new OS gives pride of place to the index finger.
Could Abraham Lincoln have become president of the United States in a world in which poor children lack access to physical books?
A walk through the 2nd Annual World Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science.
Computer scientists have built a superconducting number cruncher with a Von Neumann architecture that paves the way for a new era of quantum computation