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The aircraft's official takeoff is planned for 2012, and it will not require an ounce of fuel.
The CryoSat 2 mission will allow scientists to better understand changes to polar ice.
Software and new routers can ease the hassles of sharing files, printers, and Internet connections.
New technique may one day allow doctors to see more precisely into the human body, without surgery.
Devices can be hacked, hijacked and exploited without their owner’s knowledge.
The X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle's ultimate purpose remains a mystery.
The addition of an "extended defect" to graphene could lead to the total replacement of silicon.
The stranded rover may have gone into power-saving hibernation to survive the Martian winter.
Its long-term future may be hazy, but much is coming into focus about Apple’s tablet ahead of launch.
The LHC has sped particles in conditions simulating those just after the Big Bang.