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Russian scientists say they have reached the bottom of the world's deepest body of fresh water - Lake Baikal in Siberia
Chip giant Intel is teaming up with web firm Yahoo and hardware company HP to create virtual research centres for cloud computing
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THE US Child Online Protection Act has once again been ruled unconstitutional.
A court of appeals in Philadelphia upheld the 2007 decision that the law violated the First Amendment, which is supposed to prevent Congress from passing laws which stifle free speech.
1956: A Bell X-2 rocket plane sets the record for fastest speed by an aircraft, reaching Mach 2.87, or more than 1,900 mph, 60,000 feet above the dry lake bed at Edwards Air Force Base, California.
The X-2 Starbuster, an experimental plane built by Bell Aircraft to test stability and control at supersonic speeds, made its debut in June 1952. Two were built, but only one became operational: The other was lost in a captive-flight explosion that killed its pilot in 1953.
In an amazing act of retardedness, some English smugglers put diesel in a petrol tank, and got sent down. Un-fucking-lucky
But there was no threat of a tsunami, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.
The focus of the tremor was 66.5 miles below the surface of the earth in Iwate prefecture.
National broadcaster NHK said some parts of highways had been closed to traffic and some rail lines were stopped after the quake in the region, which is a mountainous and sparsely populated part of Japan.
NASA scientists are suggesting that before sending humans back to the moon, we should launch plants there and watch them grow.
Dr. Chris McKay, my former astrobiology mentor at NASA, and plant biologist Dr. Robert Ferl of the University of Florida, presented their plan at a meeting of lunar scientists at NASA Ames this week.
IF YOU ARE looking for a cost-is-no-real-impediment high-end computing powerhouse, Biohazard Computers has a new system for you.
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Britain's six biggest internet service providers are clamping down on people illegally downloading music and films.
The ground-breaking fightback against online piracy will begin with service providers sending letters to thousands of the most prolific downloaders, telling them their activity has been detected and is being monitored.
Hours after Tory leader David Cameron told the world that someone had nicked his bicycle, the much-discussed two-wheeler has turned up on eBay.
TV shows are by far the most wanted files via BitTorrent, and according to some, it
Three ballistic missile(Nuclear weapons) crew members fell asleep while holding classified missile launch codes two weeks ago in North Dakota.
The vast majority of US bank websites jeopardize the security of their online customers by including design flaws that expose passwords and are susceptible to tampering by attackers, researchers say.
Former workers at the web giant Google have launched a rival search engine.
Called Cuil, from the Gaelic for knowledge and hazel, its founders claim it does a better and more comprehensive job of indexing information online.
A researcher from Argentina has released an exploit package that can install malware on end user machines that run iTunes, Mac OS X, Winzip and a host of other popular software.
Police investigating the murder of a British doctor on their Caribbean honeymoon say her husband's condition appears to have deteriorated.
An airport terminal in Vladivostok, Russia was evacuated Thursday after a
In Mother russia, we dont work with bears.