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Apple sent out invitations for its next event, where the company is expected to unveil new versions of the iPad. Shara Tibken, a senior writer at CNET.com, says that new colors and the fingerprint sensor could be among the new features on the popular tablets.
NASA's Reid Wiseman gives us a rare view of the biggest storm of 2014 as it takes aim at Japan
The invitations are out for Apple's next big product announcement; here's what may be in the works for iPads and Macs
New book illustrates a photographer and conservationist's hunt to find the world's rarest amphibians
Thanks to iOS 8, the tech giant is now the first phone maker to fully comply with California's new anti-theft law
California biotech company creates glowing plants that someday, perhaps, could replace streetlights
Findings show humans were creating art in a wider part of the world nearly 40,000 years ago
The possible new venture is reported shortly after the company faced backlash for its "real name" policy
Walk by a store and Facebook may serve up one of its ads to your smartphone, using a new location-based advertising service
NASA's NuStar X-ray telescope spots the brightest pulsar ever found, a compact stellar remnant at the heart of a nearby galaxy that initially was mistaken for a black hole
"We've been very fortunate so far," says National Hurricane Center meteorologist, but season is not over yet
Researchers in Sweden have created a cutting-edge prosthetic system, in which an artificial arm is connected directly to the bone, nerves and muscles of an amputee. In this video the first recipient of the robotic arm presents how it allows him to hold, lift, throw and grab different objects.
Ultrasonic welding hoped to make military uniforms lighter, stronger and cheaper, as well as bring back some manufacturing from overseas
For U.S. teens, Facebook is out and another social media site is the growing favorite
Thanks to a lunar eclipse, a rare blood moon could be seen around the world Wednesday. The color was the result of sunlight scattering off Earth's atmosphere.
A small bio-tech company in San Francisco called Glowing Plant is using genetic engineering to develop plants that give off their own light. Chief scientist Kyle Taylor has discovered a way to add DNA to plant cells that causes them to produce the same chemical that makes fireflies glow. KPIX's John Ramos reports.
In parts of the U.S. and elsewhere around the world, spectators got a glimpse of a total lunar eclipse
The puma-sized prehistoric beast discovered in Venezuela dined on its smaller cousins
Spectacular views of the rare "blood moon" lunar eclipse
Two Americans and a German scientist share the Nobel for pushing microscopes into the "nanodimension"