House oversight panel probes health website woes investigating whether White House played a role in 'Obamacare' technology debacle. (Nov. 13)
The Smithsonian Institution is launching a new 3D scanning and printing initiative to make more artifacts accessible to schools, researchers and the public worldwide. (Nov. 13)
Researchers at Purdue University say it's coming soon: Biometrics--identification by human traits--is leading the way forward, making it possible to log in with a simple scan of your iris or fingerprint. (Nov. 12)
Administrators of an historic military vehicle collection in California plan to mark Veteran's Day by signing over tanks and other military hardware to a Massachusetts-based nonprofit that preserves and displays the machines. (Nov. 11)
The European Space Agency (ESA) has said its GOCE (Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer) research satellite will crash to Earth on Sunday night or during the day on Monday, but debris is unlikely to cause any casualties...
Three astronauts arrived at the International Space Station bearing the Olympic Torch. It will be taken on a spacewalk Saturday, before returning to earth Monday. The torch will eventually make it's way to Sochi, Russia for the Winter Games...
Twitter's stock offering is the most anticipated debut of the year. Millions of shares will change hands later this week after the New York Stock Exchange's opening bell. Here's how it works. (Nov. 5)
BlackBerry abandoned its sale process on Monday, and announced it will replace its chief executive. The news sent shares of the struggling smartphone maker sharply lower. (Nov. 4)
The Federal Aviation Administration says airlines can allow passengers to use the devices during takeoffs and landings on planes that meet certain criteria for protecting aircraft systems from electronic interference. (Oct. 31)
Apple's newest line of MacBook Pros has upped the ante when it comes to choosing a high-resolution laptop. The AP's Nick Jesdanun takes a closer look. (Oct. 31)