How American consumers view debt: a case study

A new study published this month suggests that while younger Americans are more smitten with credit cards and debt than older Americans, the older generation helps enable their children by encouraging use of credit as a "safety ...

'3-D towers' of information double data storage areal density

Using well-known patterned media, a team of researchers in France has figured out a way to double the areal density of information by essentially cutting the magnetic media into small pieces and building a "3D tower" out ...

Usefulness of 'Cloud' is a little hazy

"The Cloud," which is also simply known as online storage, got a bit more crowded recently with the launch of a new Internet locker from Amazon.

Beijing launches action plan to fight pollution

Beijing -- one of the world's most polluted cities -- launched a five-year action plan on Tuesday that aims to improve the environment by phasing out coal-fired boilers and reducing bad air days.

Royal wedding to be streamed on YouTube

Palace officials have said they will stream the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton live on YouTube, the first such coverage of a royal event.

Landmark study reveals breed-specific causes of death in dogs

Dog owners and veterinarians have long relied on a mix of limited data and anecdotal evidence to assess which breeds are at risk of dying from various conditions, but a new University of Georgia study provides a rare and ...

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