By ABC News

Technology Review
Sep 9, 2014 5:22pm

ABC News’ David Muir’s One-on-One with Tim Cook: ‘I Think Steve Jobs Is Smiling Right Now’

ABC News’ David Muir went behind the scenes today with Apple CEO Tim Cook to try on the new Apple Watch and learn more about the company’s groundbreaking announcement. “We believe this product will redefine what people expect from its category,” Cook said today during… Read More »

Science
Aug 6, 2014 5:42pm

The Simpler Way to Unsubscribe From Email Lists

Google unveiled a new link at the top of Gmail messages today that makes it easier for users to unsubscribe from email lists. There’s nothing worse than having an inbox full of clutter and then having to scroll to the bottom of a message to… Read More »

By ABC News

Science
Aug 5, 2014 8:16pm

Rosetta to Orbit Comet After 10-Year Space Journey

By Clayton Sandell and Gina Sunseri A 10-year, nearly 4-billion-mile space journey will make history Wednesday when a tiny spacecraft begins the first-ever orbit of a comet that scientists believe may hold clues about the dawn of the solar system and life on Earth. Since… Read More »

Science
Jul 31, 2014 7:08pm

Why NFL Players Will Soon Have a Real Chip on Their Shoulders

Some of your favorite NFL players will soon have a chip on their shoulders. The NFL announced today it is installing Zebra Technologies’ real-time tracking systems in 17 stadiums for the 2014 season. The quarter-sized chips on players’ uniforms will sync up with radio receivers in the… Read More »

Science
Jul 31, 2014 9:42am

Facebook Brings Free Internet to Mobile Users in Zambia

It’s not just owning a smartphone that’s expensive — it’s the data plan. Facebook introduced an app today that will give mobile users in Zambia free, limited access to the internet. The app is part of Facebook’s collaborative Internet.org initiative, which aims to bring internet… Read More »

Nature and Environment
Jul 25, 2014 6:18pm

FAA Investigating Drone Incident at Seattle’s Space Needle

The Federal Aviation Administration told ABC News today that it is looking into reports that a drone recently hovered above the observation deck of Seattle’s famous Space Needle. While curious tourists waved, the mysterious flying object gave security quite a scare. Authorities said a man… Read More »

Science
Jul 23, 2014 2:38pm

Israeli-Gaza Conflict As Seen From Space

The death, destruction and chaos from the Israeli-Gaza conflict has been captured in striking photos on the ground, but even astronauts can see the fighting as it unfolds. Alexander Gerst, a European astronaut working at the International Space Station, captured a photo of rocket fire… Read More »

Science
Jul 23, 2014 11:55am

Android Wear Handles Everything From Pizzas to Your Love Life

It turns out Android Wear can even help you figure out your love life. Tinder is among the three dozen and counting apps that are available on the smart watch, which was unveiled last month at the annual Google developer’s conference in San Francisco. Google… Read More »

Science
Jul 17, 2014 1:19pm

Facebook Launches App For Famous People

Facebook wants to put you in touch with your favorite celebrity. The social network launched a new app today, called “Mentions,” that is available to actors, musicians and other influencers who have verified pages. More than 800 million of Facebook’s users are connected to celebrities… Read More »

Science
Jul 17, 2014 10:23am

Why Weak Passwords Aren’t Always a Bad Idea

It turns out having your dog’s name as your password isn’t such a bad idea after all. New research from Microsoft says Internet users are better off recycling weak, memorable passwords for accounts of low importance. Complex passwords, comprised of letters, numbers and symbols, should… Read More »