By ABC News

Science
Dec 16, 2014 6:59pm

$350M+ Spent on NASA Tower Project That Never Took Off

There is a rocket tower in Mississippi that’s ready to test NASA engines powerful enough to propel a rocket to the moon and to Mars. There’s one problem: NASA canceled the rocket it planned to use to take man to the moon and Mars in… Read More »

Science
Dec 3, 2014 9:51am

NASA’s Big Stakes With Orion Test Flight Include Mars Plans

NASA Administrator and former astronaut Charlie Bolden says there’s a lot riding on tomorrow’s $370 million test flight of the new space capsule known as Orion. If all goes according to plan, the unmanned Orion capsule will launch Thursday morning atop a Delta IV Heavy… Read More »

Technology Review
Oct 13, 2014 2:54pm

Your Facebook Wall Just Got More Interesting

Facebook’s emoji-like stickers, which have been a hit in private and group messages, can now be used in wall posts, comments and events. The update is expected to be rolled out within the next day, according to Bob Baldwin, a Facebook engineer who worked on… Read More »

By ABC News

Science
Sep 30, 2014 6:35pm

Gates Praises Boost in Philanthropy, Pledges $50M Ebola Aid

As the world lauded Bill Gates’ foundation for its largest humanitarian pledge ever — $50 million to help in the fight against the spread of Ebola in West Africa — the wealthiest man in America expressed excitement over the rise of philanthropy among the young,… Read More »

Technology Review
Sep 25, 2014 2:27pm

Twitter CEO Burns President of Iran in 140 Characters

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo took on Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani the way he knows how to best: In 140 characters or less. .@HassanRouhani Mr. President, enjoying your Tweets from the UN. We would love the Iranian people to enjoy them as well. When will that… Read More »

Nature and Environment
Sep 23, 2014 3:16pm

What Mysterious Cloud Over St. Louis Turned Out to Be

A mysterious cloud that appeared on weather radar over southern Illinois and Central Missouri last week turned out to be a swarm of monarch butterflies. Meteorologists from the National Weather Service analyzed the shape-shifting cloud that was moving toward Mexico to figure out what exactly… Read More »

Science
Sep 19, 2014 12:58pm

Apple CEO Tim Cook Surprises Fans Waiting in Line for iPhone 6

It’s a big day for Tim Cook, too. The Apple CEO surprised iPhone enthusiasts who were lined up outside an Apple store today in Palo Alto, California, waiting to buy the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Cook posed for selfies with Apple enthusiasts… Read More »

Science
Sep 11, 2014 5:00pm

Meet the Spinosaurus: Only Dinosaur Known to Swim

If you think sharks are terrors in the water, wait until you hear about the Spinosaurus. Fossils from Morocco have provided the most complete skeleton of the aquatic dinosaur, which roamed the waterways during the Cretaceous period, according to research published in the journal Science. The… Read More »

Technology Review
Sep 9, 2014 8:06pm

Jony Ive, the Man Behind Apple Watch Design, Says Device Has ‘Millions’ of Versions

The Apple Watch, which was unveiled today in Cupertino, California, has “millions” of different versions, Apple Senior Vice President of Design Jony Ive told ABC News’ David Muir in an exclusive interview. “When you actually do the calculations, it’s millions and millions,” Ive said. “We’ve… Read More »

Technology Review
Sep 9, 2014 7:15pm

ABC News’ David Muir Gets 1st Look at Apple Watch with Tim Cook

ABC News’ David Muir spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook moments after he introduced the new Apple Watch and got an exclusive first look at the company’s latest device. The watches, which come in three collections and a range of faces, can differentiate between a… Read More »