Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
The tech world on Sept. 9 will have its eyes on Apple, expecting new versions of the company's coveted iPhone but hoping for magic in the form of unexpected innovation
New media fair Moving Image, organized simultaneously with ArtInternational, welcomes artists for the second time in Istanbul. Orozobekov, the co-founder of the fair, expects a high number of visitors.
Black Sabbath, who pioneered heavy metal more than four decades ago, on Sept. 3 announced a final tour and vowed it would be the band's last
One man was killed and another seriously wounded in a shooting at a Sacramento, California college campus, police said late on Sept.3.
Facebook boasted of a new benchmark Aug. 27 in its seemingly inexorable march to Internet ubiquity: a billion people used the social network in a single day
The Pentagon is teaming up with Apple, Boeing, Harvard and others to develop high-tech sensory gear flexible enough to be worn by people or molded onto the outside of a jet.
The gunman in the shooting deaths of two television journalists in Virginia on Aug. 26 was a veteran anchorman with a history of workplace grievances who had previously sued a Florida station alleging discrimination because he was black.
French President Francois Hollande on Aug. 24 awarded France's highest honour, the Legion d'honneur, to three U.S. citizens and a Briton who helped disarm a machine gun-toting suspected Islamist militant on a train last week.
A day ago he was just another tourist on a train. On Aug 22, U.S. Airman First Class Spencer Stone was treated for knife wounds in a hospital in France and applauded by world leaders for foiling what officials called an attempted terrorist attack.
French investigators were on Aug. 22 interrogating a man who was overpowered by three young Americans after he opened fire with a Kalashnikov on a train between Amsterdam and Paris.
The Smithsonian's first shot at online crowdfunding ended on Aug. 19 after raising a hefty $719,779 to restore the spacesuit that Neil Armstrong wore when he walked on the moon.
Russia's cultural authorities want to reclaim the remains of composer Sergei Rachmaninov from the United States, in a move seen as aimed at stoking patriotism but has made his descendants fume.
Disney theme parks have their sights on a galaxy far, far away
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on August 13 declined to rule out resuming the use of torture under some circumstances by the U.S. government.
A decade of anger over the Iraq war resurfaced in the 2016 US election race Aug. 11, with Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton's campaigns trading blame about that country's continued instability
Google is creating a new company to oversee its highly lucrative Internet business and a growing flock of other ventures, including some - like building self-driving cars and researching ways to prolong human life - that are known more for their ambition than for turning an immediate profit
Less than a third of the characters in top-grossing Hollywood films are female, and women directors are much rarer still, according to a study that bemoaned Tinseltown's lack of diversity.
A wildfire raging through the foothills and canyons of northern California's coastal mountains more than doubled in size as it roared into its fifth day on August 2, leaving two dozen homes in charred ruins and displacing thousands of residents.
A team of divers in Turkey’s southwestern tourist spot of Fethiye discovered a four-meter wide gelatinous mass that could be the largest squid egg mass ever discovered, Deep Sea News reported.
Astronomers hunting for another Earth have found the closest match yet, a potentially rocky planet circling its star at the same distance as our home orbits the Sun, NASA said July 23
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