Originally expected to serve until around 2005, the Hubble Space Telescope will be operational until at least June 30, 2021.
The group responsible for hacking Mark Zuckerberg's social media accounts has taken aim at Sundar Pichai.
The Moroccan hacker has attacked over 100 websites, citing religious reasons, and claims to have access to user data.
Under the new laws, service providers will be made to store metadata for up to six months, and expressing pro-terror sentiments online can get you jailed for up to seven years.
Over a period of three years, K'Nex builder Shadowman built an elaborate ball machine standing nearly 2.5 metres tall.
Pop star Rihanna has teased the upcoming release of her single Sledgehammer, written for the soundtrack of upcoming film "Star Trek Beyond."
Dozens of new brands will be added to the lineup of tiny widgets, which people can click to purchase household goods through the internet retail giant, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Web giants are quietly using digital fingerprints to identify and remove Islamic State videos and other similar material, Reuters reports.
Technically Incorrect: On Twitter, West hopes that Donald Trump, Chris Brown, George W. Bush or anyone depicted naked in his new "Famous" video" will sue him. The memes flow.
The hexacopter will soon be available with an Intel RealSense camera for steering it around obstacles while flying and filming.
Technically Incorrect: Several teachers privately called the kids "idiots" and worse; then screenshots of their chats were circulated, say reports.
From CNET Magazine: CNET's consumer advice columnist Marguerite Reardon serves up five tips for using your phones at sea and in port.
Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force's Akishio submarine sits ashore as part of the JMSDF Kure Museum. Here's a tour of this diesel-electric sub, the museum, and the adjacent 'Yamato' museum.
Japan's Akishio submarine was decommissioned in 2004 and now sits on dry land just outside Hiroshima. The Kure museum next door has a scale model of the largest battleship ever built. Here's what they're like inside.
Technically Incorrect: Arriving in Scotland, the presumptive Republican nominee for US president seems unaware that the Scottish really want to be part of Europe.
Mobile reporter Evan Blass, who often gets reliable phone leaks, claims Samsung's next big phone will skip the Galaxy Note 6 moniker.
Splurging on a high-priced VR headset is just the beginning. The computer hardware needed to run Oculus Rift and HTC Vive can cost several times as much.
Technically Incorrect: Yes, you too can get free tickets for a Black Sabbath tribute band. If you try very hard.
In spite of what the tech industry hoped, the UK and the EU have decided to go their separate ways. Now's the time to keep a stiff upper lip.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers advice on how to make sure your vacation isn't ruined by becoming a victim of mobile cybercrime.