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New strain of cyber-espionage spyware resembles Stuxnet

May 29, 2012 Sophisticated virus may have been active for years.

Video: SpaceX has docked: 'Looks like we caught a dragon by the tail'

May 25, 2012 The company's Dragon capsule has officially docked at the International Space Station.

Federal officials, Hill committees probe Facebook IPO

May 23, 2012 House and Senate panels join SEC, others, in launching investigations.

Anti-pollution robotic 'fish' head to sea

May 23, 2012 Technology detects pollutants in seconds rather than weeks.

NASA's video of the SpaceX Falcon 9 launch

May 23, 2012 Watch the first commercial space ship go into orbit.

iPads could pick up on unique biological traits in individual hand gestures

May 22, 2012 Research presents new biometric possibilities for authenticating tablet users.

Commercial rockets free up NASA resources, official says

May 22, 2012 Tuesday launch marks the start of profit-driven space flight.

Pentagon-funded researchers refine 3-D printing

May 21, 2012 Defense shows interest in new manufacturing techniques that cut costs.

The community organizing geeks who could revolutionize campaign tech

May 18, 2012 One was Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard roommate. The other went to Jerry Falwell's Liberty University. Together, Joe Green and Jim Gilliam want to democratize ...

Panel sympathetic to geolocation privacy concerns

May 18, 2012 The bill includes some exceptions for bypassing the standard such as for emergencies involving possible death or serious harm and national security.