The Air Force says that the almost one-of-a-kind spacecraft "conducted on-orbit experiments" in the the longest-ever mission for the X-37B program.
Newly released government documents spell out how officials should answer questions about the NSA's mass surveillance program; examples include "defend the nation" and prevent "another 9/11."
He says in a blog post that the image, which framed part of the New York City skyline in a smartphone screen, "fell woefully short of honoring the lives on that tragic day."
AT&T says its tweet was meant to pay respects to those affected by the tragedy, but the presence of a smartphone in the image was seen as offensive.
This kick-ass app for budding moviemakers now includes phaser fights, an Enterprise fly-by, and more. And if you buy extra effects, you support a worthy cause.
Obama's hidden son, Neil Armstrong's space sherpa, and an iPhone adorned with the N-word are just a few of the Onion stories that Facebook users have bought hook, line, and sinker.
If last month's iPhone 6 was a major leap forward, Thursday's iPad and Mac computer upgrades represented modest progress.
Make a backup copy of your images shared on Twitpic before the company shuts down its service on September 25.
The split is a logical progression for PayPal, but eBay needs to show that it's also a smart decision for its core e-commerce business as Amazon lures away sellers.
Apple didn't exactly have a great week in the press, but was all the bad news really well-founded? Also, BlackBerry drops a major new phone, if only because it's huge.