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  • Darn! Saturday SpaceX launch postponed

    Darn! Saturday SpaceX launch postponed
    Since I blogged about this one, I’m updating readers today. SpaceX had planned a Saturday morning launch at Cape Canaveral this weekend, which I thought would be ideal to watch. But the launch has been postponed until later this month, according...
  • NBC presents 2014-15 fall schedule, new shows

    NBC presents 2014-15 fall schedule, new shows
    NBC presented its 2014-15 prime-time lineup Sunday, introducing three new comedies and three new dramas. The fall schedule also moves crime drama "The Blacklist" to Thursday nights in February. In total, NBC picked up five new dramas, seven new comedies,...
  • Mike Trout is a source of pride in his struggling Jersey hometown

    Not since John Barbose coached the local high school football team to a state record-tying 31 straight wins from 1952 to '55 has an event so stoked the imagination, excitement and pride of this rural working-class town in South Jersey. Some 6,000 to 7,...
  • Subaru redesigns Outback for 2015

    Subaru redesigns Outback for 2015
    Like its updated Legacy sedan counterpart, the 2015 Subaru Outback redesign stays true to its roots with an understated exterior styling update, better estimated gas mileage, and new drivetrain, entertainment and safety technology. The Outback straddles...
  • SpaceX gets closer to making a reusable rocket, sues Air Force

    Elon Musk, founder and chief executive of Hawthorne rocket maker SpaceX, hastily called a news conference Friday in Washington, D.C., where he outlined an array of matters confronting his upstart company. A cryptic email was sent to media around 9 p.m....
  • Have a tyke with a yen for space? Check out Space Racers at the Va Air & Space Center

    Have a tyke with a yen for space? Check out Space Racers at the Va Air & Space Center
    Does your preschooler yearn for outer space? The Virginia Air & Space Center can help with that. This summer, the center in downtown Hampton will launch a new permanent exhibit called Space Racers: Adventures in Space Exploration, designed for kids ages...
  • Computer glitch won't stop SpaceX's launch to space station Monday

    Computer glitch won't stop SpaceX's launch to space station Monday
    SpaceX, the upstart rocket manufacturer, plans on launching a cargo mission to the International Space Station despite a computer glitch that threatened to delay the mission. The Hawthorne company will go ahead with its 1:58 p.m. PT blast off from...
  • SpaceX scrubs launch to ISS due to helium leak; reschedules for Friday

    SpaceX scrubs launch to ISS due to helium leak; reschedules for Friday
    Hawthorne rocket maker SpaceX said its planned launch to the International Space Station has been delayed because of a helium leak on its Falcon 9 rocket. The company said it plans to fix the leak and prepare for the next launch opportunity on Friday,...
  • After years of inactivity, Silks off to a strong restart

    After years of inactivity, Silks off to a strong restart
    For years, Silks was a mysterious eyesore in Canton. In 2009, Midnight Sun contributor Evan Siple painted an unusual picture of a previous visit. While Silks appeared to be a sports bar from the exterior, the inside was an “extension of the owner'...
  • Concept for Live TV On-the-Go Was Around Long Before Aereo

    Aereo markets itself with the simple motto, "Watch Live TV Online." The technology is new; the concept, not so much. The mantra for the digital age has been to give consumers what they want, anywhere and anytime they want it. But when it comes to...
  • Malaysia airliner search points up China's technology gap

    Malaysia airliner search points up China's technology gap
    BEIJING — In June 2012, China reveled in a major scientific achievement: The nation's first manned deep-sea submersible, the Jiaolong, had dived more than 4.3 miles into the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean. The feat, state-run media said, put...