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The descent of a dead, bus-size satellite has slowed a bit and radar tracking now indicates it will fall back to Earth late Friday or early Saturday, possibly showering debris along a 500-mile-long "footprint."
In this week's edition, CNET takes a look at the advanced car tech systems that help prevent accidents and make driving more convenient.
We put our blinkers on and strided down the Las Vegas strip towards CES, to stick or twist on the tech trends that will shake up 2012.
The BBC has created a fascinating animation that depicts the number of road accidents that have occurred in Great Britain since 1999.
Notre Dame's Fighting Irish will test the new X2IMPACT intelligent mouthguard this season. The device records impact data for concussion research while also protecting players during games.
Toyota and Microsoft head for the clouds, 2010 the safest year ever on U.S. roads--the technologies behind that, what Lexus has up its green sleeve in New York, and we hit the road in the 2011 Chevy Volt.
New seat belt airbag, or "Airbelt," will provide occupants added protection.
Web video shows three front-to-front crash tests, each involving a microcar or minicar into a midsize model from the same manufacturer.
A former head of Russia's military space intelligence has suggested that the America may have planned for the collision between the American and Russian satellites in order to prove it can manipulate hostile satellites.
After a delay from an electrical hiccup, researchers at CERN successfully operate the Large Hadron Collider and see "beautiful tracks" of colliding protons.