NASA will give Earth dwellers the first live-streaming look at 4K Ultra HD video from space during a session at the 2017 NAB Show on April 26 in Las Vegas.
Nevada is getting closer to taking its battle against cyberattacks to a new level.
A Canadian technology company is hoping a small device — about the size of a wireless router — will revolutionize how the security industry can detect and warn of possible terrorism threats.
The flag-draped casket of John Glenn, the first American to orbit the earth, was covered in plastic to protect it from a steady rain as it was carried on a horse-drawn caisson to his final resting place at Arlington National Cemetery. Later, his widow, Annie, gave a kiss on the cheek to the Marine who presented her with the folded-up flag.
You know those snacks that are OK if they’re handy, but not worth the bother if you have to go track them down? Our Stone Age forerunners may have felt the same way about eating each other.
Shot of Comet Hale-Bopp hurtling through the evening sky over Red Rock Canyon at 43,000 mph ran in the Las Vegas Review-Journal and later was sold as a poster at the park’s visitor center.
Faraday Future spokesmen say the company is working as fast as they can in Gardena, California, to bring the first autonomous electric vehicle to production in North Las Vegas, where it’s a starkly different scene of mostly stagnant dirt.
A longtime UNLV geology professor is leading a team of volunteers in the excavation of an adult fossilized Columbian mammoth at a remote, undisclosed site on federal land.
Spacewalking astronauts lost an important piece of cloth shielding needed for the International Space Station on Thursday when it floated away.
A major update to Microsoft’s Windows 10 system will start reaching consumers and businesses on April 11, offering 3-D drawing tools, game-broadcasting capabilities and better ways to manage your web browsing.
Samsung seems to be playing it safe with its first major smartphone since the embarrassing recall of its fire-prone Note 7.
The world’s spiders consume somewhere between 400 million and 800 million tons of prey a year. That means that spiders eat at least as much meat as all 7 billion humans on the planet.
The National Park Service is seeking help from the public to solve the recent theft of fossilized animal tracks from Death Valley National Park.
Nevada Department of Wildlife biologists discover the containers once used to ship weapons of war are ideal breeding grounds for fish that lives only in a few remaining pools in northern Clark County.
Samsung’s fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 phone might come back as refurbished or rental phones.