Further IT glitch hits UK bank customers

Britain's Lloyds banking group apologised on Sunday after many of its debit card customers were left unable to access their money following a server hitch.

Food in the sky? Highrise farming idea gains ground

Imagine stepping out of your highrise apartment into a sunny, plant-lined corridor, biting into an apple grown in the orchard on the fourth floor as you bid "good morning" to the farmer off to milk his cows on the fifth.

Geeks the stars as Apple 'Mac' turns 30

Geeks who brought the Macintosh computer to life became Silicon Valley rock stars on Saturday, with people asking for autographs or photos while celebrating the Apple desktop machine's 30th birthday.

Ecuadoran satellite starts transmitting

A nanosatellite Ecuador launched began transmitting Saturday, and picked up a signal from another that had been lost, the Ecuadoran Civilian Space Agency said.

Something old, something new... Grand Canyon surprises

The Grand Canyon as we know it was formed between five and six million years ago, which is youthful in geological terms, but parts of it could be as old as 70 million years, scientists said Sunday.

5.8 quake hits Greek island; minor injuries

A strong earthquake with a preliminary 5.8-magnitude hit the Greek island of Kefalonia on Saturday, with local media reporting minor injuries to some residents and damage to buildings and roads.

First shark killed in Australia cull

The first shark caught under a controversial new Australian culling policy aimed at reducing fatal attacks was shot dead Sunday after being snared, angering conservationists.

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