In March 1922, the U.S. Navy launched a bold experiment that really took off. Behold its first-ever aircraft carrier.
Pushing new frontiers at NASA's Green Flight Challenge, trying to make a Prius fly.
Four years after launch from Cape Canaveral, NASA's Dawn spacecraft is finally in orbit around Vesta, beaming back spectacular images of a tortured surface dating back to the formation of the solar system.
Hundreds wait in line at the Apple Store in San Francisco's Union Square for the launch of the iPad. Outside of S.F., the queues varied.
A military contractor in Maryland is working on an Energetically Autonomous Tactical Robot--EATR--that will, according to a report, eat corpses.
The outgoing software architect urges Microsoft to keep adapting to a world of continuous services and connected devices and not hold too tightly to a past defined by its PC software.
Over time, device-centric changes could alter the way we build networks and greatly impact the networking industry.
A slideshow caption originally misstated the year Tim Berners-Lee got the Next Cube that became the first Web server. It was September 1990.
The World Wide Web was born in a modest (paper) document dated March 13, 1989, by Tim Berners-Lee. His boss found it "vague, but exciting."
Perhaps Bill Gates will use his last speech at CES to reveal he's been a secret Mac user all these years?