Mars One hopes to lure investors with an opportunity to send marketing materials all the way to the Red Planet.
Apple doesn't need to make cars. Its software -- iOS, Siri, Maps, and apps -- needs to be integrated into Tesla's terrestrial and extraterrestrial vehicles.
Traces of water and organic compounds could be all around us, floating around space on ubiquitous interplanetary dust particles.
Sending e-mails or online shopping while orbiting the Earth in outer-space seems like the stuff of science fiction movies. But in this Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Rafe Needleman discuss how NASA is working to make these far-fetched ideas a reality.
Big Bird may be generating lots of political buzz this campaign season, but the blue monster's sphere of influence is now interplanetary.
NASA is using a comet-watching spacecraft to test new interplanetary networking protocols. The concepts are also being applied to similarly flaky networks back home.
Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo are aboard for the launch of the operating system, which lets drivers access various iPhone functions through a car's built-in screen, says a report.
NASA and the European Space Agency have successfully tested something called the Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN) protocol, which they hope will provide Internet-like communications in space.
The seasons are shifting on some Martian sand dunes, and NASA has a fascinating photo of the thaw to share.
Tesla's CEO kills rumors that Apple is looking to snap up the electric carmaker.