Thanks to the Project Apollo Archive, you can now browse through a veritable treasure trove of original Apollo pictures
The people-rating app hasn't even gone live yet, but the Internet is giving it zero out of five stars
How to spot and avoid fake, misleading messages about the security of your information and photos
Beware: Bad guys are capitalizing on the excitement over a new button that gives Facebook users an alternative to "like"
NASA scientists have found flowing water, boosting odds that life could exist on the Red Planet
These lesser-known iOS features will make your iPhone more useful than ever
Before-and-after photos illustrate the rapid and dramatic melting of Alaska's glaciers
Great views of the last supermoon eclipse we'll see for the next 18 years
The Pew Research Center exposes some shortcomings in what Americans know about science
Experts weigh in on how to help children find a healthy balance between reality and virtual reality
This amazing video gives a turtle's eye view of the beautiful, breathtaking and severely threatened Great Barrier Reef
CEO says Thync is made for someone who wants to "conquer life" or "unwind during the day because life is stressful"
A treasure trove of original NASA images gives an unprecedented view of man's first lunar encounters
The remains of 50 pilgrims - men, women and children - were found in shallow graves
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson says the filmmakers did their science homework, but took a few liberties with the facts
Satellite will deliver broadband to rural parts of sub-Saharan Africa
The proposal, while still sketchy on the details, sets long-term goals for 195 countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Researchers say the habit impacts boys and girls differently
A taste for veggies may have helped proto-rodents survive a global mass extinction and set the stage for the rise of mammals
The protected areas in Maryland and in Lake Michigan are rich in history and littered with shipwrecks
Now that the social-media company has a permanent CEO, someone has to figure out how to fix its problems
"Like a submarine commander can't always call to shore, you can't just call back to Earth for advice"
Dorsey had been serving as CEO in an interim capacity since Dick Costolo stepped down from the post earlier this year
Scientists from three countries share the Nobel Prize for discovering drugs that have helped millions of people
Meghan Conroy, founder and CEO of CaptureProof, wants to change the way you visit your doctor
Founder Rachael Chong has created a place for professionals and organizations with a social mission to start meaningful partnerships
Ecologists are strapping transmitters onto bees to track their movements, and hopefully shed light on what's causing record bee deaths
Despite plummeting gas prices, more and more Americans are driving low-speed electric vehicles, with many transformed to look more like miniature hot rods
The space station commander talks about his year-long mission and shows off "Olympic-caliber flip technique"
The giant mammoth bones were found by a farmer digging in a soy field