The elimination of unmanned capability from the NASA next-generation could come back to haunt NASA
The UCSD robot watches itself to learn how to pull new facial expressions.
DDoS attacks are a symptom of a common illness, albeit with an elusive cure.
The Interplanetary Internet makes its debut on the space station.
Congress pushes back against the Obama administration's decision to stop research into hydrogen-powered vehicles.
If a strange excess of positrons hitting Earth are created by dark matter, then the way that the moon blocks these impacts could help confirm the idea.
Oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens is backing out of a planned 4,000-megawatt wind farm.
Today the U.S. Senate will decide if Charles Bolden Jr. should take the helm.
The focus will be security, speed and stability--with the Internet as the glue.
If Newton's second law is wrong, we might just be able to see the evidence in the orbital motions of the planets, suggests a new analysis.