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Phones may not be the best platform for reading through Anna Karenina, but that doesn't mean books can't be designed with such devices in mind.
A jury earlier decided Apple used the patent licensing company's Internet security technology without permission in its FaceTime and iMessage features.
Experiments using sperm and egg cells from three different people to make an embryo are all right if they are carefully monitored and regulated.
'Bring your lucky jersey. Bring your face paint. Bring your team spirit. But leave your drone at home.'
Facebook's CEO wants you to get excited about virtual reality — and a Mars panorama taken by the Curiosity rover is as good a way as any to do that.
Many of us take high-speed Internet access for granted, but for low-income folks it's a luxury they simply can't afford
Google is trying out a new program that would cause anti-extremism messages from NGOs to pop up in slots managed by its AdWords service.
Mining asteroids for minerals took one step closer to reality after tiny Luxembourg announced plans to help the fledgling industry get into orbit.
The Recording Industry Association of America announced that it will count streams towards the coveted gold and platinum awards for popular albums.
NASA denied hackers' claims that they had infiltrated the agency's systems and taken control of a drone mid-flight.
Manufacturers and distributors of self-balancing scooters can now submit their product for evaluation and certificaiton.
Since 1969, parents have trusted the loveable, fury characters on Sesame Street to teach their children important skills and life lessons.
General Electric is going to phase out the CFL (compact fluorescent lamp) bulb in favor of the LED that's slowly but surely becoming the standard.
WASHINGTON, Feb 1- The Obama administration on Monday welcomed Facebook Inc's move last week to prohibit users from using its services to coordinate person-to-person private sales of firearms. "Obviously, we welcome steps from private entities like Facebook," White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters at a press briefing, following Facebook' s...
About 13.1 million Americans became ID fraud victims in 2015. That's up three percent from 2014 and the second highest number in the past six years.
The MIT grad students beat out more than 100 other teams with their design for a passenger-carrying Hyperloop "pod."
It was 13 years ago that we began to hear the terrible news: Space Shuttle Columbia had been lost during re-entry into our atmosphere.