Daily Archives: September 17, 2013
Private industry’s ability to handle resupply missions to the International Space Station will be tested once again Wednesday when a second U.S. company launches its own rocket and spacecraft toward the ISS.
Rentbro and its principals, Daniel Pessin and Jacob Engel, agreed to turn over all remaining assets and to repay up to $377,321.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – An experimental high-altitude unmanned plane developed by Boeing Co completed a fifth flight on Saturday and may soon fly at 60,000 feet, a top Boeing executive said Tuesday.
Handy tips for surviving the next mass extinction — even if it’s our own doing.
The company’s board raised the dividend to 28 cents, a 22 percent increase, and approved a new $40 billion stock buyback program.
Iranian officials said a technical glitch allowed people to access social media sites that had been blocked for years in Iran.
Both Netflix and HBO have expressed a more forgiving stance toward online piracy Web sites.
Parents and even a few children responded positively to a column on Minecraft and its benefits for kids as an educational tool — albeit one they are obsessed with.
Bose designed its QuietComfort 20 in-ear headphones with a control module that actively cancels unwanted noise.
The Justin Power Case can charge an iPad and other gadgets, including iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices, at the same time.
The company said it would buy back up to $40 billion of its shares and raise its quarterly dividend by 22 percent.
The next version of Hadoop, the open-source software used in Big Data analysis, will be released next month, and a fast-moving marketplace growing around the software.
Twitter flowed with disparaging comments about the new Miss America, raising a question about its future with Wall Street: Will Twitter have to police its users more aggressively?
Despite its cuteness, the tiny Bonzart Lit digital camera can help you make some compelling images.