Tethys floats at the surface in Monterey Bay. (Credit: Todd Walsh/MBARI) A new breed of undersea robot promises to give oceanographers a deeper un... read more »
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HOUSTON--The shuttle Discovery glided to a picture-perfect docking with the International Space Station on Saturday, the veteran space plane's 13th a... read more »
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There is no plane I feel safer in than a Boeing 747. Its sheer size and its apparent effortlessness offer something no other plane seems to manage: t... read more »
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NASA management miscues threaten to drive up the cost of the agency's next generation space telescope by some $1.5 billion, an independent review pan... read more »
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A photo of Intel&39's Light Peak technology (Credit: Intel) Intel tomorrow is said to be revealing some of the final details of its Light Peak tec... read more »
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Pleo the pet robot dinosaur is back after basically going extinct in 2009. (Credit: Tim Hornyak/CNET) LAS VEGAS--Pleo is an autonomous toy dinos... read more »
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The &39'NASA Explorer&39' badge on Foursquare (Credit: Foursquare) The first live Twitter messages from space were less than a year ago, but alread... read more »
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--After three launch delays due to technical problems and bad weather, the shuttle Discovery was grounded again Friday. Its... read more »
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Michelangelo's "David" has seen better days. He's spent centuries on his feet. He's tired, yet he cannot take a seat. Now some are wondering whether ... read more »
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Certification testing of Honeywell Phase 3 Display Units on Boeing 737NG aircraft revealed the potential for interference from Wi-Fi for those spec... read more »
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Commercial spacecraft will replace NASA&39's shuttle program. (Credit: NASA) Two companies tied to prominent technology entrepreneurs are among th... read more »
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On the electron microscopy drawing board: programmable nanowire nanoprocessors. (Credit: Photo courtesy of Charles M. Lieber/Harvard SEAS Communica... read more »
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It''s a tragic fact of life today that one in five African children die before their fifth birthday from simple causes like dehydration from diarrhoea... read more »
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Global Observer&39's first flight. (Credit: AeroVironment, Inc.) When it comes to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), hydrogen is all the rage. The fi... read more »
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The Jaguar has fallen from the top of the food chain. When the Top 500 list of the world's most powerful supercomputers is released today, the Cray... read more »
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Motion can present major challenges in photography in general, not to mention with medical imaging techniques such as MRIs. But a new method using si... read more »
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(Credit: DreamBots) No massage could ever come close to those given by Eleanor, the miracle worker who is CNET's in-house masseuse (we do have to ... read more »
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Canadian firm BioLytical received FDA approval this week for the sale of its Insti HIV Rapid Antibody Test in the United States. The test, which, at... read more »
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--The shuttle Endeavour undocked from the International Space Station for the 12th and final time late Sunday, backing away... read more »
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The six-member, all-veteran crew of the shuttle Discovery flew to Florida today to await their blastoff Monday on a space station resupply mission th... read more »
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