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A huge alien world orbits 600 billion miles from its host star, making its solar system the largest one known.
The company said late last year that it had added 3 million Prime members around the world during the third week of December 2015 alone.
Amazon is reaching deep into its playbook to try something new: airing a commercial during the Super Bowl.
Crashes were common for Safari users on Wednesday morning as people turned to social media to vent their frustration.
She still works at the same store but the counterfeit Apple uniform has gone, and the handsets she now touts are made by local Chinese firm Huawei. The number of fake Apple stores along the busy street has dwindled by about a third from more than 30 as recently as September when Reuters reporters last visited the area, some replaced by unauthorized stores selling...
Licensed taxi drivers in France hurled tires at motorists during protests against the authorization of Uber taxi drivers in the country.
Over a billion Apple devices have been active over the last 90 days, the company announced as part of its first-quarter earnings statement.
The rocket under development will have 8.5 million pounds of thrust. "That's 31 747s at full power," says one engineer.
The clock, devised by the Chicago-based Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, is a symbolic countdown to global catastrophe.
A study by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh suggests that heavy social media use could wreak havoc with the sleep patterns of young adults.
Wall Street it bracing for what will likely be the most closely watched Apple earnings report in the company's history.
Luke Skywalker's DL-44 Blaster, featured in "The Empire Strikes Back," is up for auction this week, starting with a minimum bid of $200,000.
A homeowner fatally shot one of two men who tried to rob him after responding to a Craigslist "for sale" ad, police in Colorado said.
Police in Coventry, England, have received a roasting on Twitter after officers entered unlocked homes without permission and tweeted photos.
3-D printers are versatile, but the objects they create are largely static. A new plant-inspired technique allows for creations that change over time.
The Nature Conservancy is asking tech junkies to capture the flooding and coastal erosion that come with El Nino