For the past month, the search giant has been rolling out a small design change that users first thought was just a site bug or glitch
Ever since the iPhone 4 was released, we've been hearing rumors about the features that could be in Apple's next iteration of the smartphone
Created by an aerospace engineer at NASA's Glenn Research Center, this image shows how fire acts differently in space than on Earth
From the New York Post to the Daily News, we've collected Saturday's front page from 18 different papers across the state
Those responsible for one of America's most iconic buildings were ready to celebrate gay pride because of a rock concert in late 2010
Four Republicans joined all but one of the state's Democrats to pass the bill in Albany 33 to 29 in a late vote on Friday
In an effort to save what he once saw as a savvy buy, Rupert Murdoch has shuffled through several executives. Where are they now?
Sometimes I'm afraid to buy a new laptop or phone because of how quickly technology is changing. If I don't purchase something the day it comes out, I fear a new one is just around the corner. How can I avoid this?
Over two days, Reddit's users voted more than 5,000 times to feature Carl Sagan's Cosmos: A Personal Voyage on the Hulu homepage
The first email -- or electronic message as it was called at the time -- was sent by computer engineer Ray Tomlinson back in 1971
Though we haven't seen an announcement since the site hit the 500 million mark, an inside source says Facebook has grown since
After six years at the company, Colleran is ready to take some time off before pursuing investing and public speaking engagements
Even the top retailers in the U.K. that are without a Facebook presence can expect about 62,000 visits driven by the site every month
NASA shot videos of Endeavour's launch with cameras mounted on the Shuttle's solid rocket boosters and one Vimeo user synced them
Walmart controls more than 13 percent of the market in the U.S., but Amazon is rapidly growing and could soon catch the big-box
Pottermore will be the only place fans can buy Potter in a digital format, a method of distribution Rowling has avoided for years
Just before the show kicked off at Le Bourget Airport, Boeing announced that orders had been placed for 17 of the new passenger jet
Seen as the heir to the Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde, the ZEHST will reach speeds of up to 3,125 mph on a mix of oxygen and hydrogen
The MPCV, announced by NASA and Lockheed in late May, will eventually be used to send astronauts to an asteroid and then to Mars
Created about 120 years ago by a practicing physician in Hot Springs, South Dakota, this has been called "the Bible map of Earth"