Exclusive: Disney Reimagines Classic Star Wars Scenes in 8-Bit
To celebrate the launch of its new mobile game Tiny Death Star, Disney artists have put a low-res spin on two memorable scenes from Star Wars.????
Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) Slams Philippines
Debris float on a flooded road as strong winds and rain continue to batter buildings after Typhoon Haiyan hit Tacloban city, Leyte province in this still image from video November 8, 2013.
NBC to Air Virgin Galactic Billionaire Richard Branson''s Trek to Space
NBC and British billionaire Richard Branson on Friday announced an agreement to track the development of Virgin Galactic''s SpaceShipTwo rocket plane on television -- climaxing with a flight that will put Branson and his children into outer space.
Is That a Crashed Flying Saucer on the Seabed?
Linking a murky unknown circular artifact on the ocean floor to alien visitors is leap of faith wider than jumping the Grand Canyon.
Could Cheap Gas Slow Growth Of Renewable Energy?
The relatively clean gas is replacing dirty coal-fired power plants. That''s good news for the environment. But in the long run, cheap natural gas might delay the transition to even cleaner sources of energy, such as wind and solar power.
Stem Cell Therapy Shows Promise for Stroke
Treating stroke patients with stem cells taken from their own bone marrow appears to safely help them regain some of their lost abilities, two small new studies suggest.
Facebook IPO May Impact Culture
Bloomberg''s Jon Erlichman reports the impact of Facebook Inc.''s initial public offering on the company''s employees and corporate culture. Erlichman speaks on Bloomberg Television''s "Bloomberg West."
Super Bowl MVP Prediction: No, Not Brady or Manning. It''s Social Media
This year, the Indianapolis Super Bowl XLVI Host Committee is using social media to go beyond simple marketing communications and dialogues with fans to actually get feedback -and offer responses -in real-time.
Russia blames radiation for space probe failure
The head of Russia''s space agency said Tuesday that cosmic radiation was the most likely cause of the failure of a Mars moon probe that crashed to Earth this month, and suggested that a low-quality imported component may have been vulnerable to the radiation.
''New Metal Type'' at Earth''s CoreStories 1 - 10 of 1025
Under extreme pressures and temperatures, one of the main metals of the Earth''s interior has exhibited a never-before-seen transition. Iron oxide was subjected to conditions similar to those at the depth where the Earth''s innermost two layers meet. At 1,650C and 690,000 times sea-level pressure, t...