On Wednesday morning, a US Air Force X-51A Waverider missile sustained speeds of Mach 5 for more than 200 seconds, the US Air Force has announced. The X-51A Waverider, which was launched over the southern California coast, is powered by next-gen scramjet technology.
Third grader Makenzie Melton seizes the Doodle 4 Google top prize: Scholarship money and 24 hours of Internet fame.
Project Natal, Microsoft's upcoming motion-control system, will sell for $149, one magazine is reporting. The peripheral could also get a new name.
Facebook has introduced new privacy settings, which Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says will help users share their favorite content – safely. So does the update really make Facebook more secure?
The US Justice Department is reportedly looking into Apple's music deals. Is the king of digital music resorting to dirty tricks?
Students from West Philadelphia make a viable 'X PRIZE' run against auto companies from around the globe. The potential prize: $7.5 million for the school and a 100 m.p.g. car for the world.
Google pleased millions with its Pac-Man 30th anniversary game. But others just want the pixel muncher to go away.
Pac, Schmack. Sure, Google trotted out an interactive doodle in honor of Pac-Man's 30th anniversary. But we can think of a handful of games that would really liven up the Google homepage.
For the Pac-Man 30th anniversary, Google outdid itself with a fully playable version of the video game.
Probably not. Even if protesters on both sides of the 'Everybody Draw Mohammad Day' fracas manage to organize a concerted boycott, it's unlikely it would be enough to really make a dent in Facebook traffic.
See Better to Learn Better: Inexpensive, durable – but still 'cool' – glasses from Yves Behar help Mexican schoolchildren to focus.
A minor war has erupted on Facebook over 'Everybody Draw Mohammad Day' competition. Meanwhile, authorities in Pakistan have severed local access to Facebook.