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NASA serves up first glance at solar system's comet-like tail

Dogs, cats, and comets aren't the only thing with a tail; NASA scientists announce our solar system also has one chock-full of particles.

By July 11, 2013


Scientists want to raise extinct species from the dead

We can rebuild them. We have the technology.

By March 25, 2013


How solar storms squeeze Earth's magnetosphere

Researchers have created pictures showing how solar storms compress our planet's protective magnetic field. The findings could help improve communications satellite design.

By March 28, 2012


'Intrepid Ibex' Ubuntu priority: Mobile Linux

The version of Ubuntu Linux due to arrive in October 2008, Intrepid Ibex, will be designed to work well on everything from laptops to workstations.

By February 20, 2008


Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope released into the wild

Version 9.04 of the Linux distribution, which includes improvements to the Gnome interface, the Linux kernel, and the X.Org server, is now available for download.

By April 24, 2009


'Jaunty Jackalope' Ubuntu springs into beta

Next version of the Ubuntu Linux distribution includes a new notifications system, changes to the start-up process, and the distribution's first foray into cloud computing.

By March 27, 2009


Buzz Out Loud 902: How to cook a Wooly Mammoth

Let's be clear: we don't know how to cook a Mammoth. But Natali would like to know, because apparently she eats her pets. That is not true at all. But what is true is Google turned the whole Internet into malware this weekend.

By February 2, 2009


Ubuntu 8.10 due Thursday. Profits? Not so fast

Canonical will release Intrepid Ibex this week, improving wireless networking and sporting BBC content. Profitability, though, could be three to five years away.

By October 27, 2008


Ubuntu's breakout

Ubuntu has largely succeeded where many others have not in emerging as a major global Linux distribution.

By October 28, 2008


Mozilla: Firefox license in Ubuntu was 'giant error'

License agreement has the wrong content, Mozilla's chief exec says. The code is actually under a free and open-source license.

By September 17, 2008