Jason KennedyContributor, PCWorld

Jason is a systems administrator living in Seattle. When he's not up to his elbows in a server, he's up to his elbows in the latest electronics or technology news, or trying out languages like Dart and Ruby.

NASA’s NuSTAR Conference: Why It Matters

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.

Liquid Solar Cells: An Innovative Hazard

Researchers at USC develop "liquid" printable solar cells, but some of the materials used can be highly toxic.

Lazy Solar System Is Lazy, Can't Outrun Cosmic Rays

If killer asteroids, supernovas, and black holes weren't enough, stellar objects have something else to worry about: cosmic rays.

How Switching to VoIP Can Save You Money

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.