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The AME 2000, one of the world's most secure phones (pictures)

Motorola Solutions, the non-Google Moto division, creates an Android phone called the AME 2000 that's so secure, the NSA wants one. Well, more than one. See what makes this superspy phone so unique.

7 Images Mar. 1, 2013

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NASA Ames to host world's largest airship

In a new partnership with E-Green Technologies, the Mountain View, Calif., NASA facility will host a 235-foot-long and 65-foot-wide airship that runs on algae-based biofuel.

By Dec. 8, 2010

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Aircraft fire training at NASA Ames (audio slideshow)

NASA Ames Research Center hosts an emergency preparedness event certifying departments in FAA firefighting procedures.

By Oct. 9, 2010

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NASA Ames' director talks Yuri's Night, Google, and more

At the annual celebration of the first human exploration of space, the director of NASA's Silicon Valley research center opens up about the facility's plans.

By Apr. 13, 2008

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NASA Ames names new director

By Apr. 21, 2006

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Google discloses its diversity record and admits it's not good

Women make up just 17 percent of the Web giant's tech workforce and are outnumbered in leadership positions nearly 4 to 1.

By May. 28, 2014

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Space station's flying droids embrace Google smartphone tech

The free-flying Spheres, inspired by "Star Wars" and now aided by Google's Project Tango, will handle more of the mundane tasks for astronauts.

By May. 21, 2014

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Fruit fly astronauts set to live for generations in space

Some tiny astronauts are scheduled to fly up to the International Space Station to help scientists model the effects of long-term space exposure on humans.

By Jul. 9, 2014

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Google quantum computer lab to study artificial intelligence

The search giant's new Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab will be home to a new supercomputer from D-Wave Systems.

By May. 16, 2013

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First Earth-size planet that may hold water confirmed

Kepler-186f orbits an M dwarf star in the constellation Cygnus. More importantly, it's the first confirmed Earth-size, potentially habitable planet elsewhere in the universe.

By Apr. 17, 2014