Imaginative humans once again see signs of otherworldly activity on Mars. This time it's in the form of a face-like rock that sports an impressive beard.
Say goodbye to heavy backpacks this school year and hello to digital textbooks. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the best places to find great deals on digital books.
The two new tablets are both lauded for their displays by screen tester DisplayMate, but it's the little one that comes out on top.
By using a digital textbook you're able to save a few trees, take notes inside, and lighten your backpack.
Back to school seasons means expensive books are on the horizon. But you don't have to break the bank just because a professor picks the most expensive book available. Shop around.
A story that went viral this week reports that astronomers finally found E.T., but those aren't the facts. CNET's Eric Mack talks with the astronomers involved about what is still a very interesting star.
A massive team of researchers has published the first paper about Pluto based on data received during the New Horizons flyby.
In a Reddit Ask Me Anything session, the physicist expresses more concern about economic inequality than about artificial intelligence.
The venture capitalist also has harsh words for the Obama administration, accusing the White House of "letting the American tech industry out to dry."
Technically Incorrect: In a conversation with Neil DeGrasse Tyson, the Moscow-based NSA whistleblower offers his views on interplanetary communication. He fears their communication may be encrypted, so we're missing it.