Tired of waiting for officials to update you on where the wildfire is active? Satellite data in Google Earth can give you a fast, rough look.
Hold your glasses together with tape, put on your favorite "Star Wars" shirt, polish your sonic screwdriver, and get ready to celebrate Geek Pride Day.
The Sulzberger Ice Shelf calved icebergs the size of Manhattan after it was hit by the March 11 tsunami that devastated Japan, 8,000 miles away.
The Eyjafjallajökull volcano may be causing misery for travellers, but it looks pretty from space. We round up some of the Web sites showing some lava love
With satellite data, Facebook, and Twitter, it's both reassuring and scary when a 60,000-acre fire approaches your hometown and the Los Alamos nuclear weapons lab.
Sony is expecting $3.2 billion loss for its fiscal year and Sony's BMG Greece music site is hacked revealing more customer data. Google's idea of being a truly open platform goes through more growing pains and HP creates a whole new numbering system. That's "one plus" for you my friends.
Useful Twitter feeds for people in Southern California. And useful lessons for the next disaster.