Scientists have been wringing their hands over the possibility of asteroid Apophis crashing into the planet, but new data from a distant flyby diminishes the chances of an Earth impact.
Günther Oettinger took credit for derailing a settlement between European regulators and Google. Now, he's the incoming leader for digital issues.
Aptoide files an antitrust complaint in Europe against the search giant for its handling of alternative app stores.
In an effort to avoid a potential apocalypse, the space agency is holding a contest to get people to help it discover deadly asteroids.
This American can't resist the siren song of Xperia smartphones despite knowing better.
San Francisco's transit authority unanimously approves plan requiring shuttle buses to pay fee for stopping at designated areas in the city -- a flashpoint in growing culture clash between geeks and locals.
Get comfortable for today's episode as we weave through the absurd story of John Titor, a self-proclaimed time traveler answering questions about the future of the world in 2036. Conspiracy theorists, Internet trolls, and anyone that enjoys the paranormal will love today's story of falsifying your identity on the Web.
Get comfortable as we weave through the absurd story of John Titor, a self-proclaimed time traveler answering questions about the world in 2036. Conspiracy theorists, Internet trolls, and anyone who enjoys the paranormal will love today's story of falsifying your identity on the Web.
Speaking at the Human to Mars Summit, NASA's top administrator, Charles Bolden, pledges to work to "prevent an asteroid from colliding with devastating force into our planet."
Scientists begin investigations on whether it's possible to send small shuttles into space with the goal of smashing into and diverting oncoming asteroids.