The International Space Station could remain in use until 2028, officials have said.
With the show floor now open at GDC 2010, it's game on for show attendees.
Barnes & Noble will be releasing an app for the iPad, a device that will be competing with its own Nook e-reader. It's a way for the reail giant to gain more exposure in the market of digital books.
EyePet, a Playstation 3 game that was announced years ago and appeared to have just disappeared from the North American release calendar, will be one of the first to use Sony's new motion controller.
Though it has the much-publicized largest 3G coverage area in the country, Verizon is falling behind the curve when it comes to 4G. Despite the fact that its CDMA rival Sprint has had a 4G infrastructure since last year, Verizon will not have one in place until 2011.
A group that has no ties to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will be conducting a sweeping investigation into the group's research methodology, report findings, and negative allegations against them in a bid to gain back a sense of confidence and urgency among the population.
Welcome to Paradise! Harmonix and MTV have confirmed plans to launch Green Day: Rock Band in June for the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii.
Apple will reportedly offer a multitasking "solution" for third-party apps with the release of its long-awaited iPhone OS 4.0.
Raytheon and Motion Reality have inked a lucrative deal to develop virtual 3D mission and training applications for military, law enforcement and security forces.
Interested in purchasing a Solid State Drive (SSD) but don't want to spend wads of cash? Well, the sub-100 dollar 32GB Onyx SATA II SSD may just be the drive for you.
Opera Software has launched an upgraded beta version of its mobile Mini 5 browser for Android devices.
Avatar director James Cameron believes the industry requires a "second wave" of 3D content to successfully promote the evolving medium amongst mainstream consumers.
Facebook is to sue Britain's Daily Mail after an article claimed it was a playground for pedophiles.
China has opted for married mothers over single women in its selection of its first female astronauts.
Motorola and Microsoft have signed a deal to put Bing search and mapping services on mobile phones in China - neatly filling the gap Google looks like creating.
Far from wiping out life on earth, heavy meteorite bombardment four billion years ago could have given a boost to the microbes that were our ancestors, new research has found.
It's not much use developing clever new materials in the lab unless they can be mass-produced. And while graphene has been exciting scientists and chip developers for a while, it's always been tricky to make.
Bill Gates is emptying out his piggybank in a futile search for just a few pennies more after the news that he's no longer the richest man in the world.
The internet - yes, the internet - is believed to be in the running for this year's Nobel Peace Prize.
Spikey fluorescent hair, jaunty caps, horn rimmed glasses, full arm tattoos and knee high boots. That's right, it's the bizarre geek fashion of GDC, and we just can't get enough.