The summer swelter can do a number on your phone or tablet; here's how to protect your devices and the data on them
Studying shadows may help identify the couple in the famous Life magazine image of a young sailor kissing a nurse in Times Square at the end of WW II taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt
This amazing video gives a turtle's eye view of the beautiful, breathtaking and severely threatened Great Barrier Reef
As consumers get ready to welcome cheaper VR technology, academics partner with Sesame Street to study impact on children
Marking the 50th anniversary of the day astronaut Ed White made the first ever U.S. spacewalk, we celebrate with highlights of America's odyssey in space
The fourth installment in the "Jurassic Park" series is not exactly realistic in its portrayal of dinosaurs, experts say
Since it was launched in 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has sent us breathtaking images back from the deepest corners of space
After a two-year hiatus, the Large Hadron Collider will restart soon, twice as strong and with some "dark" mysteries to unlock
Satellite photos show our planet in amazing 4K resolution
After a series of resupply failures, cosmonaut proclaims successful launch and connection "Christmas in July"
Engineers are reviewing telemetry to figure out what caused the Pluto-bound New Horizons probe to go into protective 'safe mode' Saturday.
If Japan's 9,000-pound robot accepts the fight, it could be the ultimate robot rumble
Alternative-universe food products were shown off this week at the 61st annual Fancy Food Show in New York City
The plane piloted by Andre Borschberg completed the nearly 5,000 mile journey from Japan in just under five days
Who were the kissing sailor and nurse in the famous photo? New evidence from an unlikely source questions the popular theory
A six-year-old Chilean pink flamingo at Brazil's Sorocaba zoo received a prosthetic leg after suffering a fracture
Found throughout Hawaii, the black coral is the oldest marine organism on the planet
Shark experts explain the myths and facts about how to handle a run-in with a shark
A free app gives armchair astronomers and Plutophiles a front-row seat for the historic encounter
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos
"We've been doing this since the 80s; here we are in 2015 and that pool has finally run dry"
Recovering from an April failure, Russia launched a space station cargo ship Friday, five days after the loss of a SpaceX supply craft.
MasterCard is testing a new technology that verifies a cardholder's ID during online purchases by taking a smartphone photo
A Russian Progress cargo ship prepped for launch to the International Space Station after back-to-back resupply failures