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In October, the space agency discovered a 19-mile crack in Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier. Now, NASA has created a video showing what the giant canyon of ice looks like up close.
Apple and Google CEOs talk detente, while hackers promise to deliver "hellfire." Also: CNET goes inside Huawei.
Researchers are testing chicken-fat-derived biofuel on a NASA DC-8 to measure its performance and emissions as part of new research.
Two years ago Cisco bought a little video camera maker. Today it's letting it go, sniff sniff. Also lots of legal laffs today: The Winklevii refuse to give up; Microsoft calls out Google on Federal approval of Google Apps; and a blogger hits HuffPo with class-action suit. Plus, future Macbooks to be made from bicycles?
Starting Sunday, GRIP project to get close-up view of tropical cyclones to learn how they become hurricanes and help people better forecast and prepare for such disasters.
Rumor has it that there will be code details about OS X 10.6 at WWDC. Bold prediction, considering it's a developer's conference. Geniuses. Now, what cat to name it after?