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When Raytheon decided to build a new missile factory, it brought in new technologies and replaced a manual-intensive process that was prone to mistakes.
The giant military contractor opened its doors today on its brand-new missile assembly and test facility. It will make SM-3s and SM-6s for the U.S. and allied militaries.
Newly named to helm the troubled Internet pioneer, Levinsohn has a long history with Fox and other Big Media outlets, and most recently headed up Yahoo's global advertising business.
Mark Zuckerberg will wield near total control over Facebook's future. Some fear that once the hype dies down, the situation could lead to problems no one will be able to do anything about.
John Glenn, the enduring face of America's early space program, blasted off and into history 50 years ago today, kicking off NASA's bid to catch up with the Russians in the Cold War space race.
Wikipedia will be offline for all of Wednesday in protest against SOPA and PIPA, anti-piracy laws being considered in the US.
On golden anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's trail-blazing flight, space station crew joins space leaders, cosmonauts, and astronauts to remember birth of manned space flight.
Media mogul's National Amusements is selling its 87 percent stake in the company to reduce a heavy tax burden, according to The Wall Street Journal.
On Road Trip 2010, CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman got a chance to see a side of New York's flagship train terminal that few get to see, including a hidden underground station with secret presidential ambitions.
Chrysler and NASA today announced a three-year alliance to share technology information.