Everything about Brightsource's Ivanpah solar plant is big, from Google's investment to its land footprint
In the day after Yuri Gagarin's momentous ride into space, a strange story cropped in newspapers across the world
As soon as we saw outer space as a frontier to be visited, all of the things our bodies took for granted had to be considered problems
A new project aims to systematize the citizen science of radiation measurements in Japan
Steve Buscemi's eyes + beautiful female celebrities = ultra creepy Photoshopped mashups that will be an Internet hit
The fragile coalition supporting natural gas as a "bridge fuel" could dissolve
David Allen's time management trickery has nothing on John Muir's 19th-century gadget-aided study practices
Watch this video complete with a stupendous dance for a preview of what should be the next great Internet meme
A genuinely great site has been helped by changes to Google's algorithm
A startup wants to distill wisdom from the expert medical crowd, but can they get enough people excited to build community?
After reviewing its policy, the Department of Corrections will no longer ask applicants for their social media passwords
Company officials may not be sure, but I'm confident that the company copped their name from noted potato-related device inventor, Mark Pringle of New York
Who else is paying to scan 15 million books and making them available online? What are the real, not theoretical, alternatives?
A hands-on account of a airplane trip gone wrong in which a flight attendant held a pilot inside the plane after an explosion
As radiation escapes Fukushima, the DOE's only research program on the effects of low doses of radiation on people is in trouble
In making a bid for 6,000 new patents, Google wants us to believe it only wants the best for the technology world