Elon Musk Accuses Twitter of Fraud: Countersuit
Elon Musk Accuses Twitter of Fraud: Countersuit

Elon Musk in a countersuit has accused Twitter executives of fraudulently presenting an undercount of fake users, known as bots.

Chess-Playing Robot Breaks Boy’s Finger at Moscow Tournament
Chess-Playing Robot Breaks Boy’s Finger at Moscow Tournament

A chess-playing robot broke a boy’s finger during a match in Russia last week, the president of the Moscow Chess Federation told state news agency TASS media.

Buzz Aldrin’s Moon Landing Jacket Could Fetch $2 Million at Auction
Buzz Aldrin’s Moon Landing Jacket Could Fetch $2 Million at Auction

Buzz Aldrin is auctioning off a trove of personal items and historic artifacts from his storied career—including the jacket he wore during the moon landing.

Twitter Back Up After Global Outage
Twitter Back Up After Global Outage

Twitter said its service was back online following a major outage on Thursday that kept thousands of users across the globe from accessing the social media platform.

NASA to Showcase Webb Space Telescope’s First Full-Color Images
NASA to Showcase Webb Space Telescope’s First Full-Color Images

Drawing back the curtain to a photo gallery unlike any other, NASA will soon present the first full-color images from its James Webb Space Telescope, a revolutionary apparatus designed to peer through the cosmos to the dawn of the universe.

Trump Appeals Dismissal of Twitter Lawsuit
Trump Appeals Dismissal of Twitter Lawsuit

Former President Donald Trump is appealing a lawsuit dismissal against his Twitter ban, handed down by a U.S. District judge early last month.

A Tiny Spacecraft the Size of a Microwave Could Pave the Way for a Station Between Earth and the Moon
A Tiny Spacecraft the Size of a Microwave Could Pave the Way for a Station Between Earth and the Moon

A tiny spacecraft with big implications for lunar exploration is ready to launch.