Think NASA's lost its forward-thinking edge? Here are a few projects that will make you reconsider.
A new infographic from divorce lawyer group Total Divorce shows how dumb social media practices can lead to an ugly divorce.
Google Maps was the first to be kicked to the curb by Apple. And now the native YouTube app on Apple's iOS is the latest Google product to be dropped from iOS 6.
Early this morning, NASA's Curiosity rover landed safely on Mars and relayed its first images of the Martian surface.
NASA's latest attempt to explore Mars begins tonight and runs into tomorrow morning, and the world can watch the landing online on NASA TV.
Want to watch broadcast TV without a tuner? Aereo now has you legally covered, and in some cases, you can even get it for free.
Web TV isn't just for amateurs and aspiring filmmakers. Jerry Seinfeld, Larry King, Ricky Gervais and many more celebrities are trying their hands at making a name for themselves outside of the terrestrial airwaves that granted them fame.
With Padmapper and 3taps proving to be thorns in Craigslist's side over use of its data, Craigslist has upped the ante by including an exclusive license clause within Craigslist posts.
Bit.ly has released Realtime, a search engine for real-time viral news.
What do NASA scientists call slowing a $2.5 billion spacecraft from 13,000 miles per hour to zero in just 420 seconds? Seven minutes of terror.
Despite having fallen off the media grid, Quora has grown over 350 percent in the last year, with 50 percent of its unique visits coming from Google searches.
Zynga has announced the release in early 2013 of its poker application that will involve real-money gaming.
The Facebook Phone rumors are once again flaring, and the latest reports, according to Bloomberg, have the Facebook Phone slated for a mid-2013 debut.
Twitter's CEO, Dick Costolo, told The New York Times that Twitter will soon allow users to download all of their archived tweets.
A patent troll strikes again: Unloc has filed a lawsuit against Mojang and other gaming companies over a vague patent for an online authentication system.