Science and Technology
Twitter updates are being used for big business advertisements. In some situations, legal ownership is up in the air.
Scientists are testing a brain implant in rats that could help them recall memories again....
The SETI Institute in California is dedicated to searching the skies for extraterrestrial intelligence. It's also facing a budget crisis....
Banks are often focused on old ways of stealing credit cards, instead of new computer hacks. And the government hasn't caught up with appropriate regulations....
An echolocation method called "Flash Sonar" uses the subtle sound of a tongue clicking to help blind and visually impaired people interpret their surroundings - even at high speeds....
Credit card information from more than 200,000 Citibank customers may have been hacked. The hack took place more than a month ago, and is being announced now....
Google announced that hundreds of Gmail accounts, including accounts owned by government officials and political activists, have been hacked....
The United States employed state-of-the-art technology to hunt down Osama Bin Laden that gives a view into the state of the modern military....
An Australian brewing company has created a beer specifically for people in zero gravity....
As the internet becomes personalized, programs like Facebook, Google and Yahoo are filtering out information without your permission....
- Electric cars could produce efficiencies for national electric grid
- Recent solar panel adopter sees success in eliminating electric bill
- Donald Trump loses land battle to Scottish wind farm
- In wake of Fukushima, Japan struggling with renewable energy versus nuclear
- Collaboration could be the answer in U.S. energy debate
- Sri Lankan scientists create renewable batteries powered by plantain trees
- French sour on nuclear power
- Proposed budget cuts domestic funding for fusion research, may delay 'energy of the future'
- Report: U.S. energy imports down, exports up; energy independence in sight?
- Obama travels to Cushing, Okla., to announce his support for part of Keystone XL pipeline
- As climate changes, one species faces extinction by becoming exclusively female
- Federal report shows EPA regulations produce more economic benefits than costs
- Activists see progress in convincing groups to divest from fossil fuels
- Farmers in Pennsylvania taking proceeds from fracking and investing in solar
- Landslides more prevalent in Pacific Northwest as climate change indicates rain increase
- Australia trying to educate citizens on crocodile safety -- to save the crocodiles
- EPA raises concerns about State Department's Keystone environmental statement
- Some worry Australia's Great Artesian Basin, Outback water supply, being drawn too fast
- Bullitt Foundation opens new building in Seattle that redefines environmentally-friendly
- Copenhagen sets ambitious goal to be carbon-neutral in little more than a decade
- Researcher pioneers low-cost means of storing energy
- New Digital Public Library of America seeks to increase accessibility to treasured works
- London's water service looking to turn sewer's 'fatbergs' into power
- Austin prepares to welcome second installation of Google's Fiber project
- French carmaker brings air-powered hybrid car to market
- Wearable gadgets track athletes' performance to improve workouts
- Lie-detection kiosk detects dishonesty with high degree of accuracy
- Bioengineers create life-like human ear with 3-D printer
- U.S. computer security firm unveils report linking cyber hacking group to China's military
- Chinese telco giant Huawei faces skepticism in pursuit of U.S. market