Historic Balloon Flight Ends off Mexican Coast
Historic journey across Pacific Ocean ends with balloon pilots landing off Mexican coast
Scientist Considered Father of Birth Control Pill Dies
Carl Djerassi, chemist considered father of birth control pill, dies in California
NASA Launches Earth-Observing Satellite
NASA launches satellite to measure amount of water in soil; launch previously delayed
Just Whose Internet Is It? New Federal Rules May Answer That
Big shake-up looming in federal rules for telecom industry, may clarify whose Internet it is
Uber Says Outside Review Shows Customer Data Safe, Private
Uber says review it commissioned shows data safe, private for people using it to book rides
IBM Boss Gets Bonus Despite Company's Woes
IBM CEO awarded $3.6 million bonus for 2014 despite slipping sales and profit last year
US to Provide Privacy Group With Memo on Surveillance
Justice Department to provide memo on surveillance after suit from privacy group
AT&T, Verizon Get More Airwaves: Expect More Mobile Capacity
Mobile networks may improve as AT&T, Verizon spend big at airwaves auction
Scientists Abandon Highly Publicized Claim About Cosmic Find
Scientists abandon highly publicized claim about cosmic discovery; new results cast doubt
Obama Orders Stricter Flood Standards for Federal Projects
Anticipating climate change, Obama orders stricter flood standards for federal projects
Jay-Z Business Makes Bid for Aspiro Music Streaming Company
Business controlled by Jay-Z makes bid for Scandinavian music streaming company Aspiro
Obama Calls on Congress to Fund 'Precision Medicine' Studies
Obama wants Congress to OK funding for 'precision medicine' to better tailor care to genetics
Cold-Stunned Turtles Rehabilitated in New Orleans, Released
'Cold-stunned' turtles rehabilitated in New Orleans, released into Gulf of Mexico
How Can Google Snap Its Stock out of Its Stupor?
Google's listless stock leaves investors hoping company will pay dividend or buy back shares
Smart Spending: Why Investors Are Applauding Amazon Earnings
Investors cheer Amazon's 4th-quarter, hope smart spending is here to stay
NASA Moisture Satellite Launch Scrubbed Due to Winds
NASA scrubs launch of soil moisture satellite due to excessive winds over California
Most of Hawaii's Coral Recover From Mass Bleaching
Most of Hawaii's coral recover from mass bleaching, but emerge weaker, more vulnerable
Google's 4Q Earnings Disappoint, but CFO Eases the Letdown
Google CFO lifts investors' spirits after company's earnings miss analysts' estimates
Poll Shows Giant Gap Between What Public, Scientists Think
It's as if we're on different planets: Poll shows big gap in what scientists, public think
Amazon's Big Spending Pays off in 4th Quarter
Amazon investments in Prime, Amazon Web services pay off in better-than-expected 4Q profit
Smartphone Snapshot: Samsung Getting Squeezed
At a glance: Apple's iPhone 6, big-screen 6 Plus taking bite out of Samsung's market share
'Anonymized' Credit Card Data Not So Anonymous, Study Shows
Not so easy to buy privacy: Study shows how 'anonymized' credit card data still identifies
Amazon Shares Spike as 4Q Profit Beats by a Mile
Amazon shows investors big spending doesn't have to mean small profits _ widely beats forecast
FTC Settles Case Against 'Revenge Porn' Site Operator
FTC settles case against CO man accused of operating 'revenge porn' site, first of its kind
Battle of the Big Phones: Samsung Down in China, Apple Gains
Battle of the big phones hits Samsung profit as Apple's large iPhone lures China buyers
SpongeBob Online? Nickelodeon to Offer Internet Subscription
Nickelodeon kids channel is latest to offer Internet subscription service
Nokia Turns to Fourth Quarter Profit Buoyed by Strong Growth
Nokia in $500 million fourth-quarter profit on strong sales, buoyed by North American market
Dinosaur No More: UK Museum's Dippy to Be Retired in 2017
One of our dinosaurs is missing: UK fans lament museum plans to remove Dippy the diplodocus
EU Plans to Step up Fight on Online Jihadi Propaganda
EU plans to deepen work with Internet companies to fight against online terror propaganda
Alibaba Run-in With China Regulator Signals Tougher Scrutiny
Criticism of Alibaba highlights tougher government scrutiny of China's private companies