Facebook Home hit half a million downloads in a week but the numbers are dismal compared to other apps.
New headphones by Japanese company Neurowear chooses music based on your mood.
Ethnicity can influence a person's immune system, scientists say. The way our cells work to fight off disease and how we respond to illness could vary by our ethnic origins.
Google's Android was the target of a malicious malware scheme in Russia and Eastern Europe. The bug stole credit by sending high rate text messages.
Star Factories began churning out stars soon after the Big Bang creating thousands of massive suns in our universe.
Being surrounded by gloomy people can make you prone to becoming depressed yourself.
Google plans to go green for its North Carolina plant by backing a clean energy rate for large-scale companies.
Taiwanese manufacturer Inhon reveals the world's lightest notebook, the Blade 13 Carbon. The device is scheduled to hit Taiwanese shelves in June.
Reddit has been under a DDoS attack all day but the influx seems unrelated to the Boston bombings.
Russia sends a crew of mice, geckos and other critters on a mission to study the effects of space travel.
Astronomers discovered a galaxy that produces about 3,000 suns each year. The massive galaxy is almost as old as the universe and is the biggest known star factory.
A petition to eliminate contracts for Verizon Wireless is gaining ground after receiving nearly 100,000 signatures this month.
Last-minute glitch pushes back launch of the Antares rocket designed by Orbital Science. A second try is scheduled for Friday.
NASA's Kepler Telescope has discovered two planets that could be habitable to life.