The little droid can assess astronauts' emotional states.
New phones will get faster internet than ever before thanks to improved 5G technology, but don't expect to get blazing-quick speed overnight, a panel of analysts warned.
"Phantom women" dummies will make a trip around the moon in 2020 or so on a special mission: to protect all astronauts from radiation.
Kids can explore the world of astronomy, the human body, chemistry and more with a Kids Fire Tablet or an iPad on sale now.
NASA is considering developing an unpressurized rover that astronauts could drive remotely on the moon alongside a suite of robotic lunar explorers as part of the Artemis program.
A free app called Spelfie lets users snap photos of themselves from very high above, courtesy of cameras aboard Airbus Earth-observation satellites.
Nanoracks wants to expand from hosting experiments on board the International Space Station to running their own mini stations built from used rockets, with a first launch scheduled for next year.
It's going to take a lot more than a doggy paddle to explore the oceans hidden below the icy surfaces of some of the solar system's most intriguing moons.
The private spaceflight company Rocket Lab unveiled a new rocket-building robot designed to speed up manufacturing of Electron launch vehicles.
The U.S. Air Force must change the way it does business to fight the growing threat to the nation's dominance of the final frontier, military officials say.