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One of the most complicated missions ever attempted by NASA, the landing of the one-ton rover Curiosity inside a crater on Mars.
Ultrabook laptops, games, and HDTVs are likely to be hot this holiday season. And it's not too early to prepare for Black Thursday. Here's the lowdown.
The Curiosity rover is on a mission of many months and millions of miles to test for microbial life on Mars, and its efforts are visible to the Earthbound.
Now that Microsoft's revamped and flashy free e-mail service is drawing the spotlight, rivals Yahoo and Google have a clear reason to update their e-mail services.
The 7-inch tablet is still hypothetical, and Apple still won't confirm its existence, but the buyers are ready for a smaller iPad, an analyst reports.
For Wi-Fi networks that are properly using 802.1X authentication, and that have transport layer security properly implemented, the impact of this exploit is essentially zero, experts say.
The opening week of the "tech trial of century" over patent protection and alleged copying reveals the combatants' strategies regarding evidence and publicity.
Analysis: Why did Microsoft spend more than $1 billion for the social networking company? It could be because Yammer successfully marketed its business virally.
Analysis: The social networking sites' woes started with its IPO and have continued ever since.
Trial reveals Apple admired rival Samsung's 7-inch Galaxy and commented "we should do one." Samsung hopes judge will see Apple wants to replicate rivals.
Apple considered developing a car or a camera after seeing the iPod's success, and in early 2011 one of its top executives recommended making a 7-inch iPad.
Scientists from NASA and Russia team up to send expedited supplies from the launchpas to the ISS in the same day.
On Sunday night, NASA will land a nuclear-powered six-wheeled rover the size of a Mini Cooper with a radioactive heart and rock-vaporizing laser to the surface of Mars. Here's how to follow along.