Orion spacecraft may fall behind schedule, go over budget
An independent review of the capsule program says NASA's cost and schedule estimates are unreliable.
Four people in Florida likely contracted Zika from US mosquitoes
If confirmed, this marks the first instance of active Zika transmission in the continental United States.
Inside the Gigafactory: Tesla's most important project
The automaker needs this factory’s batteries to succeed.
Chinese satellite to test secure quantum communications
If the experiment works, it could lead to an encrypted, space-based internet.
Watch SpaceX test fire one of the Falcon 9 rockets it relanded
The rocket burned for 2 minutes and 30 seconds.
NASA's new satellite will look for Earth-sized planets nearby
It will blast off in 2017 or 2018.
This phone-powered vision test can replace your eye doctor
It's the easiest way yet to get an accurate eyeglass prescription.
NASA details preparations for SLS' and Orion's first flight
The agency has been subjecting both capsule and rocket to rigorous tests.
Wireless charging tech harvests your phone's wasted radio waves
Radient Micro-Tech clams it can improve your battery life by 30 percent.