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SpaceX releases footage of its latest test launch -- a reusable rocket that successfully masters controlled descent
Owners of Samsung devices and smart TVs may have experienced an outage on Sunday
Most Americans have no qualms about saying smoking causes cancer, but when it comes to other scientific concepts, they are less than confident
SpaceX's Falcon 9 Reusable (F9R) took its first test flight. The F9R lifted off from a launch mount to an approximate height of 820 feet, hovered and then returned for landing just next to the launch site.
SpaceX's unmanned Dragon spacecraft reached the International Space Station on Sunday, bearing supplies and equipment for the station's crew. The cargo run is the third by SpaceX under a 12-flight, $1.6 billion contract with NASA.
Successful rendezvous with ISS for unmanned "Dragon" spacecraft carrying supplies
Private spaceflight company SpaceX launches its third official Dragon cargo run to the International Space Station from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The company's Dragon capsule is expected to deliver about 5,000 pounds of food, supplies and experiments.
After a four-day delay, SpaceX's rocket heads for a rendezvous with the International Space Station
Why did evolution give these female insects spiky penises?
An exclusive blockbuster game may not be enough for Microsoft to pull ahead of its competitor Sony
As Curiosity rover nears the end of its second year on the Red Planet, NASA is trying to decide what it should do next
Tools for conservation can be found in the palm of your hands. We've rounded up some cool apps for going green
After launching from Virginia last Sept., the little spacecraft spent 100 days -- plus some overtime -- circling the moon
Did you know you can recycle cooking oil? CBSNews.com's technology editor Chenda Ngak highlights mobile apps to be kind to the planet and save you money.
A mile deep expedition using robots has discovered three ships that sank off the coast of Galveston centuries ago. Archeologists are still unsure of why the vessels sunk.
Honda showed off its latest version of humanoid robot ASIMO at the International Auto Show. It can run, jump, dance and kick a soccer ball. But there's still a long way to go before anyone will mistake it for a human.
Planet found 500 light years away is the right size and right distance from its sun to support life as we know it
It runs, it jumps, it kicks a soccer ball -- but there's still work needed to remove the "creepiness" factor, says Honda
Nearly three years after the 2011 launch of Chrome Remote Desktop, Google announces it is now available as a mobile app
Modern sharks have evolved from an even earlier creature -- showing that perhaps they're not "living fossils" after all