NASA releases a collage of people around the world waving to the Cassini spacecraft as it took pictures of Earth through Saturn's rings.
Porsche is back in the driving seat with BlackBerry once again, hitting the road with a new phone rumoured to be called the P'9982.
It's unlikely that most people have enough budget to give a brand-new car to their car-crazy loved ones, so we've rounded up a selection of car-tech gadgets that can be used with the car that's already in the garage.
Geeky singer-songwriter "JoCo," as he's known to fans, talks about life, music, zombies, and Caribbean cruises.
Facebook CEO also tells a packed hall at Stanford University that too many entrepreneurs are working on problems that are too small.
Democratic President Barack Obama gets campaign support from the tech community while Republican challenger Mitt Romney courts Wall Street.
Richard Schulze created one of the country's favorite electronics hubs. Now, he's making a very public pitch that he's the best man to lead the company out of its nosedive.
No official word yet on what exactly went wrong, but Twitter is back up and running after more than an hour's downtime.
Designer Oscar Lhermitte uses LEDs, fiber optics, nylon line, and giant slingshots to beat back light pollution and reconnect people with the aeons-old mysteries of the night sky.
A new monthly dashboard service from Google will let users monitor their "account activity."