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The movie dramatizes key moments from the life of Apple's co-founder. How much is real and how much made up?
A new digital atlas covers the entire surface of the moon, marking craters, volcanoes and Apollo landing sites
World's biggest aerospace company began with a canvas and wood biplane, and that first aircraft led to today's 787 Dreamliner
Smartphones are now capable of reading our emotions and reacting to them, which may open up an extremely interesting world of possibilities
From the B&W seaplane to the 787 Dreamliner, a visual history of the aviation company
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly tweeted two breathtaking views of the Category 5 storm with a warning: "It's massive. Be careful!"
Whichever it turns out to be, its flyby will mark Earth's closest encounter with such a big space rock until 2027
A leading group of pediatricians warns that children are particularly vulnerable to the health effects of climate change
There are only about 4,000 of the big cats left, says a World Wildlife Fund study, and their habitat is in peril
But that doesn't stop them from using their phones in bed and on the toilet
Even if Amazon doesn't take over the device world, its low prices help undercut what other companies will get
New update helps fix a problem that's been plaguing iOS users
DNA of lethal bacteria has been found in human remains dating back thousands of yaers
Tech schools and startups lure women with perks: "There's no silver bullet. You have to do lots of little things all the time"
Idaho fish and game managers in the 1940s did "beaver drops" from airplanes to transplant populations
The bugs cost more than all the other food sources at the zoo, including meat, fish and produce
Police in Los Angeles say they've broken up a crime ring of so-called "porch pirates"
The $10-a-month service will cost $13 if you get it through the iOS app
"It's one of the weirdest turtles that ever lived," said the author of a new study on the fossil find
Discovery is also good news because the wasp kills a type of stink bug that harms fruit orchards