Scientists report that Anakin Skywalker's hometown is under attack -- not by Tusken Raiders but by the desert itself.
Scientists set up equipment in Hawaii to discern the true hue of the dark side. They say that blue light reflected from Earth turns turquoise when it bounces off the moon.
Crescent's Immersive Digital Entertainment helmet is a retooled industrial virtual-reality display. Looks neat, but expect the price to be astronomical if it ever hits the market.
For the first time in 18 years, millions of people can watch the moon pass in front of the sun, exposing a brilliant scorching halo for up to 4.5 minutes in an annular solar eclipse.
Instead of blurred photos of the ocean floor, users can now see upgraded images with crisp details and topography.
Most of Earth's inhabitants won't be able to directly watch the moon pass in front of the sun on Thursday -- leaving only a golden ring around its edges -- but anyone can catch the action online.
To mark the 43rd Earth Day, Google produces one of its busiest -- but still subtle -- animated doodles, depicting our planet's ever-changing landscape.
When disaster strikes, Verizon Wireless can deploy a mobile cell site to boost network coverage in the affected area.
SolarReserve hits a milestone on a 110-megawatt solar power plant that will have between 10 and 15 hours of energy storage in tanks of molten salt for supplying Nevada.
Wi-Fi in Tube stations is going to stay free, but only if you're a customer of Virgin Media, Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile or EE.