On 20 minutes into its maiden voyage, the US Military's Falcon HTV-2, which is capable of traveling more than 3 miles per second, has gone completely missing.
Seven commercial spaceflight companies will receive $10 million in contracts from NASA.
An aircraft scheduled to be tested by the Pentagon on Thursday is capable of reaching speeds of up to 13,000mph, or 3.6 miles a second.
Scientists finally think they have an idea where the orange goo turning up in Alaskan waterways is coming from.
The company is looking to switch subscribers over to the digital realm.
Citing high costs and complexity, IBM dumped the NCSA's contract.
NASA researchers have discovered new evidence that reveals that the building blocks of DNA — and thus, the building blocks of life itself — may have come to Earth from meteorites.
Printing 3-D spacecraft and debris-pushing air guns are among the new NASA projects receiving funding.
New regulation will cut tractor-trailer emissions by as much as 20 percent.
He's succeeding at his goal of bringing free IT services to the world's poor.
Named CyFi, she used system clocks to exploit vulnerabilities in FarmVille-style games.
Six soldiers' lives were saved by a modified remote-controlled truck in Afghanistan last week.
The company's CST-100 spacecraft is the latest commercial space travel offering.
You can teach a robot how to drive a car, but you can't teach humanity how to relax and let our robot overlords take over. Google's self-driving car got into a scrape this week due to a human.
Movirtu plans to change the way people with only mobile phone access socialize and do business.