It might be only eight minutes long, but a new European Space Agency video takes you all the way from the moon's "cataclysm" to its future.
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The FCC is dragging its feet on granting AT&T a waiver to offer a Wi-Fi calling feature, while letting competitors go ahead, says the company. The feature fails to meet accessibility rules for the disabled.
The Egyptian government has given permission for a radar scan of the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun...and therein lies a tale.
Before visiting the US, President Xi Jinping said China is a hacking victim, too, and suggests both countries will benefit from computer security cooperation.
Almost none of the attacks showed a North Korean IP address, although it's not difficult for hackers to hide their origin.
A new online platform created by a law firm and public affairs company aims to help victims eager to sue Google over antitrust issues in Europe.
A mind-controlled prosthetic hand created by DARPA has now allowed a paralysed patient to feel physical sensations.
A new slate of Chrome OS-powered laptops and all-in-ones top off Google's spring Chromebook lineup, most of which will be powered by Intel's power-sipping Bay Trail chips.
The extramarital-dating site boasts that hundreds of thousands of new members have joined despite a cyberattack that exposed customer data.