NASA showed off a full-sized model of the next generation telescope, the James Webb Space Telescope, at South by Southwest Interactive.
We're still light years away—literally and figuratively—from being able to explore the galaxy, but this interactive 3D visualization is a nice second best.
Galileo aims to provide a highly accurate, guaranteed global positioning service that's better than GPS and controlled by civilians.
University of Colorado Boulder students develop an automated garden for deep space missions.
Think social networking isn't a security risk? Try telling it to the Marines--and then convince yourself.
Photosynth.net takes your large collection of photos of a place or an object, analyzes them for similarities, and then reconstructs them in 3D space. You can navigate through a scene to see photos from multiple angles. Senior Associate Editor Danny Allen takes a look.
Pure Digital has made it easier than ever to get videos of your escapades up on YouTube.
Mark/Space has introduced a Windows version of its data transfer software, The Missing Sync for iPhone.
If you can't bring the people to the store, Cartfly may help you bring the store to the people.