NASA presents an astonishing billion-pixel tour of Mars
A stunning panoramic image from NASA's Curiosity rover offers an incredibly detailed look at the dusty, lonely landscape of the red planet. And a guided tour of Martian highlights.
Why is Africa ripping apart? Seismic scan may tell
Arrays of sensors stretching across more than 1,500 miles in Africa are now probing the giant crack in the Earth located there a fissure linked with human evolution to discover why and how continents get ripped apart.
Biologists race to solve mysterious mass animal deaths in Florida lagoon
At least 111 manatees, 300 pelicans, and 46 dolphins — emaciated to the point of skin and bones — were all found dead in America’s most biologically diverse estuary.
New 'charmed' particle may represent previously unknown state of matter
A new type of particle may have shown up independently at two particle accelerators, physicists say.
Technology is creating the surveillance state
Technology is making your every move--perhaps even those movements you make in the bathroom--ready for broadcast. The question is, are you ready for it?
Oxford English Dictionary finally redefines 'tweet'
The vast popularity of the micro-blogging site has the Oxford English Dictionary finally adding another definition to the word, “tweet,” in its dictionary.
Congress says no to asteroids, yes to moon landing
A draft spending bill from the House would drop funding for President Obama's proposed asteroid retrieval project and steer funding back toward lunar exploration.
Google pushes secret court to lift gag order on secret surveillance
Google is fighting back against the government’s restrictions, asking for the right to reveal more information about the data being demanded as part of Prism, the recently revealed highly classified National Security Agency program that seizes records from Internet companies.
Is Google Glass watching? Officials from six nations worry
Privacy concerns surrounding Google Glass show little sign of going away with news that officials from six nations have sent a joint letter to Larry Page highlighting a number of questions they want answered about the high-tech device.
How the hairy-chested 'Hoff' crab evolved
Yeti crabs don't comb their hair to look good they do it because they're hungry.
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