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A drone can steal data by intercepting signals computers send to wireless printers, even from outside an office building.
"The Martian" got a real life boost when NASA dropped a Mars bombshell, but analysts say it may not matter to the movie's long-term prospects.
Hurricane Joaquin and a separate rain deluge could affect the oil and shipping industries and the military along the East Coast.
The discovery may indicate that the huge beasts once interacted with humans, the Washington Post reported.
Moon Express rockets are closer to a planned lunar landing as space companies race to win the $60 million award from NASA and Google.
As Hurricane Joaquin gains strength, forecasters are warning of potential flooding all along the East Coast.
The models forecasters at NOAA and other agencies use show the hurricane taking very different paths through the Atlantic.
CNBC's Emily Tan examines whether the Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks (HKSTP) Corporation can help to establish the city as a regional hub for innovation.
The freedom to fly is one thing that attracted the world's biggest drone-maker to the Hong Kong Science Park.
As more technologies and devices become available to kids, toymakers are looking for ways to make their products more compelling.
Engineers at MIT have built a three-fingered robotic hand that can identify and grasp delicate objects of different shapes and sizes.
Dr. Eric Topol, Scripps Translational Science Institute, discusses standout connected devices in the medical field, and the potential for mobile technology to keep people away from the doctor.
California's drought will not be permanent. But the state needs to be prepared for more frequent dry periods.
Evidence of 'hydrated minerals' on Mars, according to a study published today from Georgia Tech University and NASA.
This weekend will give moon gazers a rare treat: A supermoon lunar eclipse, which only comes around once in a while
There is now enough human-made debris floating through space that some companies believe they can build a business around it.
NASA scientists say the technology Matt Damon uses to stay alive in 'The Martian' is possible and, in some cases, real.
Olivia Hallisey, Grand Prize Winner, Google Science Fair, 2015, talks about her creation of a portable, low-cost diagnostic test for Ebola and other infectious diseases.
Surgeons may soon plan out their operations with personalized 3-D printed replicas of their patient's organs.
We must show young women from a young age that STEM careers aren't just for boys, says "Big Bang Theory" actress Mayim Bialik.