Earlier this week, NASA held a news conference. No big deal, right? But NASA’s decision to livestream the event--as well as field questions from Twitter--made this an important event to pay attention to.
Researchers at USC develop "liquid" printable solar cells, but some of the materials used can be highly toxic.
If killer asteroids, supernovas, and black holes weren't enough, stellar objects have something else to worry about: cosmic rays.
Migrating your business to a Voice-over-IP communications system may save you a big chunk of change in the long run. Here's why (and how) to cut the phone line and go VoIP-only.
A new prototyping board for the Raspberry Pi opens up all sorts of doors for hacking this new, tiny Linux-based PC.
Do you own an MHL-certified smartphone, tablet, or HDTV? Mobile High-Definition Link technology lets your mobile device play movies, games, and apps in HD on your big screen. Here's how to make an MHL connection in your home theater.
A new research paper suggests that the Viking 2 mission to Mars may have found evidence of life after all. But let's not jump to conclusions here...
Rooting an Android smartphone is not for the faint of heart. Follow our simple guide to better understand how to root your Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone.
Skeltrack, an open source skeletal tracking library for Microsoft’s Kinect, builds a model of your “skeleton” that it can follow in real time.
GCC 4.7 includes a wide variety of updates and changes, including new features, subsets and standards.
The new Linux 3.3 Kernel integrates the code from Google’s Android OS while updating security, scalability, and hardware support.
Amazon's Silk browser precaches popular websites on Amazon servers in an attempt to speed up your Web browsing, and until recently it was exclusive to the Kindle Fire. Here's a guide to hacking it onto your rooted Android smartphone or tablet.
Free software aims to give you to full control of your PC, without yanking you out of your game.
Researchers at Stanford University develop a tiny self-propelled device that draws power via radio waves. Madness!
A team of scientists found a way to bring back a plant that has been extinct for tens of thousands of years.