Rover in action on Mars Video
Flight controllers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory celebrate Curiosity, the Mars Science Laboratory rover, after it lands safely on the Red Planet at 10:32 p.m. PT Sunday.
On a followup to our previous video on the moss research happening at Crater Lake, CNET News.com was on hand for the official 'dive' of the latest rover to explore the depths of one of the clearest bodies of water in the world. Join News.com's Stefanie Olsen to see live footage from the rover as it grabs moss samples, and hear from the research crew as well as the team behind the operations of the robot.
With the success of the Mars rover Curiosity, NASA is now developing planetary-exploration rovers designed to be controlled by astronauts in space. CNET's Kara Tsuboi takes us to the NASA Ames Research Center where a moonscape has been built to test the K-10 rovers.
Forget Phoenix; it's all about the Mars Spirit rover!
Apple accuses Samsung of grand theft icon in the latest courtroom spat, NASA prepares for Curiosity rover's next move, and eBay tests same-day delivery.
404 regular and Gizmodo Editor Peter Ha returns to the show with toys on his mind. We'll talk about Transformers and our other favorite action figures from the 90s, NY subways getting Wi-fi and cell service, a giant head in the Hudson, and the Mars Rover's subliminal messaging.
Using the latest satellite data NASA produced "A Tour of the Cryosphere: Earth's Frozen Assets." This is a dramatic and colorful look at our planet from high above, and the changes that are taking place. Captions in this video may be illegible in small video window.\r\n
Our first look at Land Rover's new design, from the 2008 Detroit auto show.
The smallest Land Rover yet.
Why your phone has a better camera than NASA's Mars rover does, Google quietly helps Samsung battle Apple, and the newest Angry Bird kills 'em with cuteness.