"The Hunger Games" was released on home video this weekend, and I used it as a chance to try out buying a movie from iTunes instead of on Blu-ray Disc.
Graduating from a place as large and distinguished as the University of Georgia, I often see or hear stories about either people I knew from school or just others who went there. With the route I took through the Redcoat Band and getting a journalism degree, this has obviously meant more connections to those two outfits compared to others.
NASA shows again that it has the right stuff with Curiosity landing. So why don't we do this more often?
The fact that NBC has been a struggling prime time network since the time Rachel got off the plane is no secret. That's probably the last time more than two of you will admit watching an NBC program.
Some people are very vocal leaders, while others let their work do the talking. Sally Ride was mostly the latter, one of many humble space pioneers in our history.
We have unfortunately suffered a lot of national tragedies during my lifetime. But now that most everybody has Facebook, Twitter or another way of connecting to a social network at all times, we have eerie ways of experiencing tragedies.
The Supreme Court has ruled President Obama's health care law as constitutional. Can we now all treat it like the good policy it is?
Sometimes you just need to get around a group of geeks and experts to have a lot of fun with science. June 5, 2012, was one of those days.
SpaceX's successful mission to the space station and back has proven that NASA and private industry are on the same page to rejuvenate American space exploration.
Aaron Sorkin is a great choice to write a movie based on the best-selling book about Steve Jobs' life.
If you're like me and like to read books in an electronic format, it's a little complicated to understand why they cost what they do.
America needs to think big to change the game on energy policy, and nothing should be off the table.
Lost in all the hype surrounding the third-generation iPad release is the little box that could known as Apple TV.
"Just" a better screen. That's kind of an understatement on what will blow you away about the new iPad.
Huntsville's space center provides some great exhibits to learn about NASA's rockets and the men behind them.
A mere 50 years after John Glenn's orbit, we find our new frontiers light-years away.
Gingrich has big ideas for a moon base, but the reality just doesn't line up with his policy goals.
To avoid the sin of burying the lead to this story, let me state the unfortunate news. UGA professor Conrad Fink, a former vice president of the Associated Press, died Saturday.
I love countdowns. You love countdowns. Otherwise, every website in the western hemisphere -- probably the eastern one, too -- wouldn't be running them the entire month of December.
I have seen plenty of light displays this year, and I am glad to see more of you joining me in using LED Christmas lights.