NASA’s Kepler space telescope continues to amaze
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India, China and Japan are in a space race - take a look at their progress
Scientists have found a way to power future robots using an unusual source -- urine.
A 3D printing services company has demonstrated the ability to print a fully-functional .45 caliber, semi-automatic pistol.
The six astronauts working and living on the International Space Station are getting ready to welcome three new crew mates early Thursday morning.
About 10 months from now, NASA's Mars robotic rovers and orbiters are slated to be getting some company.
From the new Bionic Man to robotic bartenders, machines are looking and acting more human that ever.
Everybody needs to stop freaking out about asteroid 2013 TV135, NASA says.
Check out photos of machine gun-shooting robots at Fort Benning, Georgia.
When you hear the term "wearable technology," you very likely think of one, or all, of these things: Google Glass, fitness trackers such as Fitbit and Nike+ or smartwatches including Pebble and Samsung's new Galaxy Gear.
Sure, you've heard of Ada Lovelace and Grace Hopper. But how about Frances Allen, Deborah Estrin or Radia Perlman?
Vinyl record sales are actually up but heyday is obviously past
The US Army, looking to use more robots on the battlefield, this week is getting a peek at just how ready robots are to become trusted parts of the military.
Advanced photographers ready to step up to a full-frame DSLR know that it's nice to save a little cash for lenses, and Nikon's new D610, which ships in late October, comes at a relatively affordable $2000 for the body only. That's $100 less than its predecessor, the D600, and significantly less than many of its competitors, including Nikon's own 36.3 megapixel D800 ($2700), the Canon EOS 5D Mark III ($3399), and Sony's Alpha SLT-A99 ($2800).
A team from Holland's Delft University is leading the world's toughest solar car race at the end of its second day.
You wouldn't buy a convertible unless you liked to show off, and in the case of the 2014 Volkswagen EOS Komfort, there's even an app for that. Volkswagen is rolling out its new Car-Net service on select 2014 models, including the EOS Komfort, with a focus on providing safety, remote access, family tracking, and diagnostics information. This information is nothing different or revolutionary compared to what you'll find on competing vendors' cars. But this is VW's first shot at it, and to the company's credit, the subscription prices (after a six-month free trial) are reasonable.
A South Korean company has developed a smartphone and camera combo that it claims brings to any car some driving safety features typically found in only high-end automobiles.
A Japanese start-up says it has finessed a technology that could finally make consumer-grade fuel cells a reality. If successful, the company, Aquafairy, would create a business where many much larger companies have failed.
Victoria University of Wellington (VUW) won first place and was awarded the a prize of $3000 in the National Instruments (NI) Autonomous Robotics Competition.
The rendezvous and docking of a commercial cargo spacecraft with the International Space Station was rescheduled for Saturday at the earliest after a software glitch prevented the docking over the weekend.
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