EPA to limit mercury emissions from power plants

The Environmental Protection Agency will put controls on the emissions of hazardous pollutants such as mercury from coal-fired power plants for the first time by November 2011, according to an agreement announced Friday to ...

Particles are back in the LHC

During the last weekend (23-25 October) particles have once again entered the LHC after the one-year break that followed the incident of September 2008.

YouTube videos land S.C. man back in jail

On the YouTube video-sharing Web site, Edward Muscare is known by his user name "Edarem," and his recordings show an older man lip syncing and singing songs such as Roy Orbison's "Oh, Pretty Woman." Many of them have drawn ...

Lala.com gets in tune with Facebook gift shop

Facebook on Monday continued phasing Lala.com music service into its online shop, providing US users a way to buy music at the leading social networking service.

Amazon fights to keep Kindle on top of e-book crowd

The threat of growing competition in the e-reader market does not seem to have cooled demand for Amazon.com Inc.'s Kindle, but the online retailer will likely face its toughest test in the coming holiday season.

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