On this day 30 years ago - June 18, 1983 - Sally Ride became the first American women in space, as part of the space shuttle Challenger mission.
In the wake of the NSA PRISM Internet surveillance scandal, and despite tech companies' protests that they knew nothing about the program, we're adding extra security to our Internet use.
If there's one time in the day to get out of the house on a photo walk, it's golden hour. Instagram user faundez_alex, shares this picture of a lighthouse on Geneva Lake, taken with the VSCO app.
If you're addicted to Cartoon Network's hit coming-of-age show, relive the postapocalyptic exploits of Adventure Time with Finn-launching, rock-smashing, Fionna-fighting apps.
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Over a year after posting a call for astronaut applications, NASA introduced the 2013 astronaut candidate class on Monday, half of which are female, the highest percentage ever selected in one group by NASA.
Google's beloved RSS feed aggregator, Google Reader, is heading to the cyber graveyard on July 1.
On June 6, The Washington Post published documents revealing a data collection program that allegedly retrieved private user information from the servers of the world's top tech companies.
Conan shares an intimate moment with Glass - Geekosystem
The one thing babies and monkeys have in common - Cracked
Netflix set to be the Dreamworks TV network - Newser
Social network notifications are getting smarter (and bigger) - FWD
How Samsung phone owners win big with Jay-Z's new album - HuffPost Tech
This is the first GIF to go to space! - The Daily Dot
Sometimes overexposure can be beautiful. Like, for example, in this shot of a vintage Saab by Instagram user winniekroghreiff which was overexposed and then toned down for maximum retro effect.