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An impromptu spacewalk triggered by the sight of ammonia flakes drifting past a window of the International Space Station wraps up with a replaced pump and a plan for "additional detective work."
Always On torture tests pushed these tablets to their limits. Which tablets survived and which failed?
While scientists marvel at new views of Mars from the Curiosity rover, engineers are gearing up to load new software in a bit of electronic brain surgery that will take several days to complete.
Yellow spots or discolored screens on the new iPhone 4 are being reported before the device is officially available in stores.
There's an issue with all LCDs; can anything be done?
A new app from SapientNitro uses augmented reality to show what smoking does to your lungs.
Israeli researchers develop system that sounds an alarm to wake the baby and alert the parents if an infant's skin tone changes enough to indicate a slowing heart rate.
Apple's strategy of dealing with problems in its products is to ignore or deny and then act when the outcry gets loud enough. That might fly with cracked MacBooks or iPhone 4 death grip issues, but that response to security issues leaves its own customers out in the cold.
Two issues that have cropped up in past Apple products are appearing for some iPad 2 owners, including light leaking from the bezel, as well as discoloration on the screen.
An iPhone 3GS owner in France has reported that white iPhone discoloration is being caused by cases and not the battery as many had suspected.