Neil DeGrasse Tyson tells MSNBC that it's possible aliens have visited and already concluded that there is no intelligent life on Earth.
In order to assuage the creationist protesters who complain that Neil DeGrasse Tyson's series doesn't allow for a God-centric explanation, Funny Or Die creates a creationist version. It lasts mere minutes.
Now billions of people on our "Pale Blue Dot" can take a look at the historical letters, studies, and musings of pioneering space scientist Carl Sagan.
"Parks and Recreation" writer Megan Amram offers up a "raunchy, crazy" textbook full of carbon dating, physics as nail art and kale.
The attractive Sumdex Meg Cosmo Brief is well padded and has plenty of space for accessories, but it can handle only smaller laptops.
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Let's make this simple: Nintendo is suffering, but there's a logical solution. At the very least, please -- do this.
The new David and Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation will bring together students from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Stanford's Engineering School in a bid to help inspire a new generation of news consumption tools and applications.
3D TV may be a flop in many ways, but there's no doubt it's here to stay as a feature on many higher-end TVs. If you're curious about 3D, here's the place to find out more.
Bells sound a familiar geeky theme song and brighten up a cloudy afternoon at a Wisconsin university.
It's not just Microsoft and Nintendo looking to take down the PlayStation this year.