As promised, Amazon has given Kindle users an update to fix some (not all) of the tablet's issues
While the export of our excess feet (more than 370,000 metric tons) made big money in 2009, the act is dying because of trade agreements
Don't throw the airborne away just yet as this one is still in the experimental phase, but Draco has been shown to defeat 15 different viruses
The three half-hour comedies got nixed while "Enlightenment" was spared
The Times introduces its readers to a new trend, celebrating sweatworking as a great alternative to traditional, less healthy networking options
A developer has built a work-around for the impending censorship measures being considered. He calls it DeSOPA.
Last week it was nitrogen and this week it's mercury. Burning fossil fuels releases mercury vapor, which is finding its way into our food.
Bank of America dropped below $5 in trading for the first time since 2009, crossing an ominous threshold that could signal further decline in the bank's stock in the next few weeks.
A report released by the presidential bioethics commission concluded that U.S. government agencies may be putting humans in harm's way
Discovered: Viking treasure, NASA's snow angel, a Pyramid of the Sun offering, distracted doctors and the latest sobering smoking stat
A new study looking at coffee as a weight-lifting enhancer found the drink has the exact same positive effect in the gym as it does in the office
This is the second time in recent months that a big analysis found that ADHD medications like Adderall and Ritalin don't increase heart risk
Scientists at MIT's Media lab have created a camera that can take a photo in less than two-trillionths of a second
The first part in a lengthy Los Angeles Times series on autism argues that autism isn't on the rise, but the diagnosis of the disease could be
A listing of the hottest as-yet-unproduced screenplays, voted on by industry executives, was released today
After months of Kindle Fire complaints, Amazon has finally promised some fixes to the device
A new study has found that lab rats, poked and prodded by researchers for years, are banding together and displaying compassion for others
In a speech at The Hague, Clinton sounded less like the Secretary of State than some sort of digital-freedom superhero
Aptly named Anomalocaris ("strange shrimp"), this prehistoric predator has been dubbed, by one release writer, a glorified "shrimp from hell"
As Nokia moves to sell its luxury subsidiary, Vertu, it's time to shed a tear for the head-turning fad we call the bling phone