Published October 18, 2011
The moon is made not of green cheese but of far more valuable stuff. And Moon Express wants to capitalize on that fact by piggybacking on private shuttle flights, using them to carry lunar landers and mining platforms to the moon.
Published October 15, 2011
Russia plans to begin constructing a new generation of stealth destroyers in 2012 that will form the basis of the combat power of Russia's surface fleet -- a gimmick that might help the country sell more vessels.
Published October 05, 2011
The winners have just been announced in the 2011 Nikon Small World photomicrography contest, highlighting photographs of ordinary bits of nature captured through a microscope that elevate science into art.
Published September 27, 2011
A 30-year-old intercontinental missile designed to hurl nuclear bombs at Russia was used instead Tuesday morning to blast military communications into the future.
Published September 20, 2011
The billionaire backer of a controversial new wireless technology said a fix is in the works for the signal overlap issue that may effectively render GPS useless -- a possibility that the Air Force, police and others have called a dangerous threat to our nation's security.
Published September 13, 2011
A Facebook page created over the weekend calls for a march Sept. 15 to eliminate Israel's embassy in Amman, Jordan -- an echo of the violent protest Saturday at the Israeli embassy in Egypt that has officials boosting security and bracing for the worst.
Published September 06, 2011
Hackers colluding with the Iranian government to spy on democratic activists may have made it easier for cybercrooks to spy on you, a security expert told FoxNews.com.
Published September 04, 2011
The Jurassic is merely the stage in a new TV series from the Discovery Channel. In "Dinosaur Revolution," which premiers Sunday night, dinosaurs are characters with personalities that "act out" brief or even hour-long vignettes -- and it's all based on science.
Published August 17, 2011
The European Space Agency, NASA, the Secure World Foundation and others have been intently studying the skies lately -- worrying about how to deflect a potential planet-shattering asteroid.
Published August 12, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy S II is widely believed to be the only real competition to the Apple iPhone. And you can't get it in the United States -- yet.