Australian scientists have discovered a crater deep beneath the Timor Sea made during a heavy meteor storm which may have altered the Earth's climate, the lead researcher said Thursday.
The battle for leadership in Asia's search engine market will shift from computers to mobile phones as more and more Asians use their handsets to go online, a Google executive said Thursday.
(AP) -- China plans to build a center where giant pandas born in captivity will be trained to survive in the wild, state media reported Thursday.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Hotter temperatures and reduced rainfall in South Australia due to climate change could prompt a period of 'weed change' across the state, according to a new report from CSIRO.
(PhysOrg.com) -- The number of mini-projector devotees keeps growing. The combination of a new kind of optical structure with high-performance LEDs enables completely new compact and brilliant lighting and projection systems.
US legislators have accused Canada, China, Mexico, Russia and Spain of "robbing Americans" by failing to crack down on piracy of movies, music, videogames and other copyrighted works.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer said Wednesday that the technology giant that built a fortune with packaged software is betting the future of computing is in the Internet "cloud."
So close and yet so wrong - you might love heavy metal like Metallica but your music platform suggests you should also like the Sixties sound of The Doors, simply because both bands are classified as rock.
A Scotsman credited with inventing the world's first automatic cash machine has died at the age of 84 after a short illness, his funeral director has said.