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Uber Will Pay Hackers Up to $10,000 to Find Bugs in Its Technology-- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus: For the first time in the U.S., streaming music is bringing in more revenue than downloads.


The Kid Who Hacked NASA Servers at Age 13 Now Has His Own Television Show

India with its general culture of respect for intelligence and academics will evolve exponentially.

Science & Technology

Check Out the First Email Sent From Space

The message was sent from an old MAC computer in 1991.

Business News

International Space Station Crew Returns Home Today. See Photos of Their Year in Space

A look back at astronaut Scott Kelly's time spent living on the International Space Station.

Business News

NASA Challenges High Schoolers to Make a Meal Fit for an Astronaut

The second annual HUNCH Culinary Challenge asks teen chefs to cook up a dish to be served on the International Space Station.

Business News

NASA Building Telescope 100 Times More Powerful Than Hubble

The Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope will be used to find far flung planets and to better understand dark energy.


NASA's Revolutionary Insulation Waiting to be Brought to India

The world's most insulating material is now affordable and waiting to be brought to India by some creative entrepreneur

Science & Technology

Look Hard, Stargazers: There May Be a 9th Planet in Our Solar System

'It was probably the runt of the family,' astronomer says of the mysterious Planet Nine.

Science & Technology

Boldly Growing Where No Flower Has Grown Before

ISS Astronaut Scott Kelly takes to Twitter to showcase the first flower grown in space.

Growing a Business

3 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From NASA About Organizational Design

How to transform a disconnected pack of competitive employees into a single, unified team to accomplish the extraordinary.

Business News

A Former SpaceX Employee Is Launching a New Generation of Footwear

Will astronaut-designed shoe be a small step or a giant leap for woman-kind?

Business News

Do You Have the Right Stuff? NASA Is Looking for Astronaut Candidates.

The application process is opening up for the first time since 2012.

Business News

NASA Scientists Have Found Evidence of 'Flowing Liquid Water' on Mars

Life on the Red Planet 'would be possible,' a NASA employee announced today.

Business News

How Microsoft's HoloLens Could Boost the Race to Colonize Mars

Virtual reality + holograms + Mars = out of this world.

Celebrity Entrepreneurs

Virgin Galactic Lands in Long Beach, Unveils Plan to Launch Small Satellites Into Space

Richard Branson's commercial spaceflight venture moved into the Southern California city to build a craft that will rocket satellites, not people, into space. We caught up with Virgin Galactic's CEO for the latest details.