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What if you could pay $100 million to go to the moon, but then not actually land on the moon? That and other awesomely strange news in this week's Buzz Report.
Still pumped about the anniversary of the moon landing last week? Continue the celebration with Google Earth! Veronica shows you some new features on today's Tekzilla Daily.
Dead Space 2 continues the story of Isaac Clarke and his seemingly endless run-ins with the once-human Necromorphs that have taken over a space station on one of Saturn's moons, Titan.
NASA is sending a rocket into the moon Friday morning in order to study the composition of lunar material. But really, you stopped listening when you heard "blow up the moon." And so did Cooley. Which for one small second, made him love space. We also talk about the world's largest phishing sting and Windows 8. Yep. 8.
The Seagate Barracuda XT is a great balance of storage space, backward compatibility, and speedy performance.
The moons of Pluto and some serious computer pioneers.
True, the iPhone 4S debuted to jeers from those who demanded a redesign: but it's selling like hotcakes in pre-order land! Plus, RIM's sad collapse and Google's internal manifesto to the world.
Drinking water in space, floating food, air swimming and other space adventures. On June 7 in San Francisco, Dr. Greg Olsen tells the SID conference about his life in the International Space Station.
The Space Shuttle Discovery showed off its moves for the International Space Station, performing a "backflip" in space so engineers could get a better look at its heat shield. Check out the NASA video here.
Molly Wood visits Cape Canaveral, Fla., where SpaceX was gearing up for its first mission to the International Space Station. She witnesses her first rocket launch and looks at the future of space exploration.