Stories by Sharon Gaudin

NASA hits new frontier with historic SpaceX docking

Astronauts using a robotic arm on board the space station, grabbed hold of the unmanned Dragon cargo spacecraft while flying at speeds of 17,000 mph. It was the first time a U.S. commercial company launched a spacecraft that was captured and docked to the space station.

SpaceX Dragon flies by space station

The first U.S. commercial spacecraft to head for the International Space Station made its first fly-by of the orbiter this morning and now is undergoing a series of pre-rendezvous tests.

Facebook stock slumps for third day

In its third day of trading, Facebook's stock is still in a slump, taking the shine off the frenzy that led up to the company's initial public offering (IPO) last week.

Google aims to make search smarter, easier

The vaunted Google search engine is set for an upgrade that will make it easier for users to find the information they need by putting their searches in context, the company said Wednesday.

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