Published December 06, 2013
Americans from Buzz Aldrin to president Barack Obama say it’s a waste of time to put men back on the moon -- so why are foreign countries like China so eager to take that one small step?
Published December 05, 2013
A U.S. spacecraft hasn’t made a controlled landing on the moon since Apollo 17 left the lunar surface on Dec. 14, 1972. That’s about to change.
Published November 25, 2013
Iran has pledged to chemically convert its cache of enriched uranium into a less dangerous substance as part of a deal struck on Sunday, but that conversion can be undone through a well-known process, experts tell FoxNews.com.
Published November 10, 2013
A 2,000-pound European satellite has run out of fuel and will plunge back to Earth sometime between 5:30 P.M. EST and 7:30 P.M., the European Space Agency said.
Published November 09, 2013
A defunct satellite from the European Space Agency the size of a Chevy Suburban is set to plunge to Earth somewhere between Sunday night and Monday afternoon -- and experts say there's no way to precisely determine where it will crash.
Published October 31, 2013
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Inc. came out of stealth mode to reveal, if not a concrete prototype of the futuristic Hyperloop, at least an outline of what it will take to get there.
Published October 28, 2013
Like an aging car shuttled from mechanic to mechanic, President Obama’s Healthcare.gov is becoming a costly stream of failing parts and crumbling infrastructure -- so how long until the site is up and running?
Published October 24, 2013
A recent Connecticut bill that “denounces” the Wright Brothers by literally writing them out of history is a demeaning falsity, said lawmakers from Ohio and North Carolina -- and the Nutmeg state should be ashamed of itself.
Published October 21, 2013
The new Surface 2 from Microsoft is a wonderful piece of hardware. It’s beautifully made and blazingly fast, portable yet powerful, interactive and entertaining all at once. So why isn’t Microsoft eating Apple’s lunch?
Published October 17, 2013
The discovery of the world's first completely preserved skull from the early Pleistocene is yielding a remarkable insight: Man’s early ancestors probably appeared as physically diverse as humans do today -- and our family tree may have fewer branches than scientists once thought.