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United Launch Alliance's Vulcans will replace Delta and Atlas boosters and have reusable engines, rivaling SpaceX rockets
Analysts believe Apple Watch sales are off to a good start at prices ranging from $349 to $17,000
Immortalized in the film "The Imitation Game," Alan Turing never lived to how he would change the world; but his achievements are finally being recognized
A new study explains how ocean waves act as the source of the planet's mysterious low-level hum
Conservationists have brought the Myanmar roofed turtle, the world's second most endangered turtle, back from the brink
A SpaceX rocket and cargo capsule were set to launch Monday to deliver supplies and equipment to the space station
Watch: Miles below the surface, a remote controlled sub is sending live video of its mission, complete with jellyfish cameos
A study on stroke patients asked them whether spoken phrases such as, "This looks like a safe boat," were sincere or joking
Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti and the space station crew are getting a long-awaited espresso machine
It doesn't take a superpower to take down the U.S. in a brutal cyber attack. That's part of the message uncovered in Sunday night's "60 Minutes," where Steve Kroft investigated the devastating attack on Sony Pictures. Kroft asked cyber security expert and FireEye COO Kevin Mandia about future threats to American companies.
The new voice-controlled personal assistant gadget can now play your request on Pandora or be a home automation hub
The NASA scientist who discovered the space rock said she was inspired by the teenager's work
A contagious cancer is killing clams, a mysterious mass of methane, dinosaur cannibalism, alien life and goldfish take over
A near-complete skeleton of a new species of carnivorous bird that lived 3.5 million years ago was found in Argentina
A weird warm spot in the water may help explain extreme winters, persistent drought and sick sea lion pups washing ashore
A study found that rising radon levels in Pennsylvania have corresponded with a boom in oil and gas activity in the state
Apple Watch went on presale Friday, so finally the wait is over -- except that it's not
Cuba and U.S. are separated by only 90 miles of water -- a boundary that sea life and oil spills completely ignore
A rare manuscript written by British mathematician and code-breaker Alan Turing has gone up for auction along with several other pieces of computer science history, including a fully functional Enigma machine. Used by the Germans during WWII, Enigma machines helped the Nazis send encrypted messages until Turing and a team of code-breakers at Bletchley Park cracked the code.
Some big companies are shelling out to preemptively register domain names ending in ".suck," but critics of the new domains say they're essentially a shakedown tool. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar has more.