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2 hours ago Solar Impulse Lands in Hawaii After Historic Flight
After Hawaii, it will head to Phoenix.









Yesterday Solar Impulse 2 Touches Down in Hawaii After Historic Flight
Pilot Andre Borschberg and his single-seat aircraft landed at an airport near Honolulu after flying 120 hours from Nagoya, Japan.









Jul 3 Top Tips to Make Your July 4 Firework Photos Pop!
Want to capture the best possible fireworks photos and videos on the 4th? NBC's Mark Barger and Julianne Pepitone have tips to help.









Jul 3 Paper Trail: Feds Go Old-School After Massive Hacks
America's spies and HR offices are going back to pen and paper after last month's two big data breaches.









Jul 2 The Internet Is Officially Too Big as IP Addresses Run Out
The Internet as we know it has officially gotten too big for its britches after the group that assigns addresses in North America ran out of numbers.









Jul 2 Paper Trail: Feds Go Old-School After Massive Computer Hacks
America's spies and HR offices are going back to pen and paper after last month's two big data breaches.









Jul 2 Coming Out as Transgender to 2M Teens — With a Text










Jul 2 Seahorse's Square Tail Could Pump Up Robotic Arms
Scientists think the seahorse's unique tail could inspire new robotic arms that are both robust and flexible.









Jul 2 Smart Lights and Radar Could Help Keep Bicyclists Safe
GPS maker Garmin has a new line of bike accessories that could help bicyclists stay safe at night and on busy roads.









Jul 2 Prince Just Took a Page Out of Taylor Swift's Playbook
First it was Taylor Swift. Now Prince has pulled his music from Spotify.









Jul 2 Want More Facebook Likes? Study Shows Best Times to Post
A new study reveals the times of the week you're most likely to make a splash with your social media posts.









Jul 2 Before iPods and MP3 Players People Rocked 'Portable Stereo Headsets'
Today everyone seems to be wearing ear buds but in the 1980s, a New Jersey town banned using headphones during some activities like crossing the street.









Jul 2 Like Taylor Swift, Prince Pulls Music From Spotify
First it was Taylor Swift. Now Prince has pulled his music from Spotify.









Jul 2 'Masterminds of Propaganda' Targeted by Anti-ISIS Unit
Europol has launched a special unit to combat ISIS supporters on social media.









Jul 2 Undercover DEA Agent Turned Silk Road Thief Pleads Guilty
A former federal agent has pleaded guilty to stealing bitcoins during the government's investigation of the online drug marketplace known as Silk Road.









Jul 1 Solar Impulse Pilot Breaks Solo Endurance Flight Record
After 76 hours and 45 minutes at the helm, Solar Impulse pilot Andre Borschberg has broken the world record for solo endurance flight.









Jul 1 Snap! White House Just Made Big Change to Tours
For the first time in 40 years, visitors to the White House can take pictures and post to social media during public tours of "the nation's house."









Jul 1 Wrist-Worn Device Instantly Inflates to Prevent Drowning
Anyone can find themselves in danger underwater. Kingii is a wrist-worn device that inflates instantly when activated and brings you to the surface.









Jul 1 Former DEA Agent Pleads Guilty in Silk Road Probe
A former federal agent has pleaded guilty to stealing bitcoins during the government's investigation of the online drug marketplace known as Silk Road.









Jul 1 Google Self-Driving Cars Got Into Two Accidents in June
Google says its self-driving cars were involved in two minor accidents in June, and both were the other driver's fault.









Jul 1 White House Just Made Big Change to Tours
For the first time in 40 years, visitors to the White House can take pictures and post to social media during public tours of "the nation's house."









Jul 1 Elon Musk-backed Group Hopes to Keep Us Safe from AI
A group backed by billionaire Elon Musk is awarding $7 million in grants to projects aimed at keeping artificial intelligence safe and "beneficial."









Jul 1 More People Reach for Phones Than Partners in Morning
In the morning, Americans wake up and reach across the bed to hold ... their smartphones.









Jul 1 Handy Scientific Tool Could Fit Inside Your Smartphone
Scientists have found a way to analyze light quickly and with great precision with a camera no larger than the one in your smartphone.









Jul 1 What Do You Reach for First in Morning, Phone or Partner?
In the morning, Americans wake up and reach across the bed to hold ... their smartphones.









Jul 1 What It Was Like Before ATMs and Online Banking
A 1977 "Nightly News" report documents the beginning of ATMs and transferring money electronically









Jul 1 Chinese Law Reinforces Government Control of Cyberspace
China's legislature passed sweeping legislation on Wednesday that reinforces government controls over cyberspace.









Jul 1 NSA Can Resume Collecting Your Phone Data Records
The National Security Agency may have been ordered out of the phone records business, but a secret court has said it can go ahead anyway.









Jul 1 Jim Carrey Brands Governor 'Fascist' Over Vaccine Law
Jim Carrey called California Gov. Jerry Brown a "corporate fascist" after the governor signed a strict new vaccination bill into law.









Jun 30 Putting a Face to DNA: How New Tech Gives Hope in Cold Cases
The technology generates an image using only DNA left at crime scenes, giving police a new tool in cases like the disappearance of an 8-year-old girl.