Mars One will take applications later this year for amateur astronauts to go to Mars by 2023
More than 30 technology companies and public policy groups join in signing a letter to Congress on Thursday, requesting action on DMCA policies.
Google's director of energy and sustainability tells how the company is saving the environment and making money doing it.
Intel hopes to translate its lead in PC processors to smart TVs, a key future industry
The law that put Aaron Swartz in front of a 35-year prison sentence could get even more strict, but Swartz' friends and supporters are still fighting it
Google+ unveiled animated profile pictures on Monday, exciting a few but angering most.
Oracle unveiled the 'World's Fastest Microprocessor' this week, but is that as big a deal as it used to be?
UK Channel 4's Video On Demand app, 4oD, launches on Samsung Smart TVs this week
This week lawyers went after a rodent, Cosby sent lawyers after a fan and Facebook could send a bad dad to jail.
A programmer at PyCon developers conference was fired after a tweet from Adria Richards, who also ended up fired.
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski formally announced his resignation Friday morning, prompting mixed reviews of his four-year stint as telecommunication's primary regulator.
SolarCity growth plans are being diverted to Las Vegas by $1.2 million from Nevada
Three Marines die Thursday, two murdered by a gunman who killed himself, at the Quantico Marine base in Virginia.
The USA Today editorial board released an official statement Thursday, joining the growing national discourse over necessary changes to the Digital Millenium Copyright Act of 1998