Topic: Science and Technology
99% Wall Street protesters took time out to mourn the passing of billionaire Steve Jobs. Is 99% Wall Street movement inconsistent?
10/06/2011 07:43 pm
Google Earth has been downloaded more than a billion times, Google announced today. So what's next for Google Earth?
10/06/2011 05:54 pm
The composition of comet Hartley 2 suggests that comets might have been a bigger source of Earth's water than previously thought. It's also challenging models of solar system formation.
10/06/2011 05:51 pm
The 9.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Japan in March was the fifth most powerful earthquake ever recorded. The quake also altered the distribution of the Earth's mass, affecting the pull of gravity near the epicenter.
10/06/2011 05:48 pm
Dan Shechtman, who won the Nobel Prize in chemistry, is part of a tradition of scientific achievement that's considered a key asset to Israel's military and its reputation as a mini-Silicon Valley.
10/06/2011 05:46 pm
A big part of Steve Jobs' genius was managing Apple's supply chain
10/06/2011 05:00 pm
One alternative to looking for a job is to make your own. Here are seven nonprofits who offer tools, training, and ideas to get workers started.
10/06/2011 04:45 pm
Apple's announcement Wednesday that founder Steve Jobs had died sparked waves of comment across the Internet, as techies and others chose their own ways to note his achievements or mourn his passing. Some recounted their own interactions with Jobs. Others had simple words of gratitude, adding "sent from my iPhone." On Twitter, many people tagged their posts with "#thankyousteve" or "#iSad." Among a multitude of noteworthy tweets, here are five ...
10/06/2011 04:40 pm
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs left a model of collaborative innovation that others can follow in creating wholly new products and services that will boost the economy.
10/06/2011 01:30 pm
In Pictures Remembering Steve Jobs