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The National Research Council is recommending creation of an early warning system for abrupt climate change.
Touch-ready notebook PCs will account for about 11% of all laptops shipped this year, an improvement over 2012 when customers had few choices if they wanted to smudge screens, a market research analyst said today.
China on Monday launched a lunar probe carrying an exploration rover in what is expected to be the nation's first soft-landing on an extraterrestrial body.
Researchers enable computers to teach themselves common sense
As Americans put turkeys in the oven on Thanksgiving, the Comet ISON will make its closest approach to the sun, skimming just 730,000 miles above its surface.
Scientists are already receiving and analyzing information coming in from a fleet of tiny satellites launched into space last week.
Trek Bicycle has turned to high performance computers to help develop new bicycles, and the effort is seeing results.
Researchers say they have built a flying robot that mimics the movements of a swimming jellyfish.
The International Space Station hit a major milestone today, marking 15 years in space.
In a little booth tucked in the corner of the SC13 supercomputing conference here this week may be the next Intel.
NASA's Maven spacecraft blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station today for a 10-month journey to the Red Planet.
American soldiers patrolling dangerous streets will soon be accompanied by robots programmed to scan the area with thermal imaging and send live images back to the command center. Likewise, squads of infantrymen hiking through mountains will be helped by a wagon train of robots carrying water, ammo and protective gear.
NASA engineers have fixed a software glitch that had stalled the Mars rover Curiosity during a software upgrade last week.
After spending 166 days in space, three astronauts returned to Earth in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft.
Scientists have found a way to power future robots using an unusual source -- urine.
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