The private rocket company is launching something for the government on Thursday. And that's about all anyone knows.
Elon Musk's company is still hoping to launch a new generation of monster rockets by the end of the year, even if they don't get too far off the ground.
Make your ride smell of success, or at least of Tesla car leather, with an Elon Musk air freshener. No really.
Commentary: Will we remember the CEO as a top innovator centuries from now? "Star Trek" says yes. CNET's Eric Mack says it's too soon to know.
Elon Musk's space company has a busy week. It hopes to keep ramping up the pace of launches until we're off this planet.
At least three major efforts are underway to put boots on the fourth planet from the sun. Here's a visual look at each road map to the Red Planet.
In this week's wrap-up, SpaceX's plans call for trips to Mars in around five years. Meanwhile, Amazon expands its growing Echo product line and refreshes its Fire TV.
SpaceX is working on huge rockets to take us further than ever before, but Lockheed Martin has a plan for how astronauts could actually live on Mars.
Elon Musk impresses the audience at the 68th annual International Astronautical Congress, hinting at international as well as interplanetary travel.
From the US to China in 40 minutes? The SpaceX founder suggests that if we're building spaceships to send us to Mars, we should consider using them on Earth.
The SpaceX CEO has some news about his Red Planet plans. And Neal Stephenson, Jonathan Nolan and other science and sci-fi smarties have questions about going interplanetary.
America's "rocket man" revised his plan for a metropolis on Mars and is set to unveil version 2 in Australia later this month.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.