Scientists have been using Twitter to detect earthquakes
The Olympic Games have become a rat race for bigger and bigger infrastructure. For some countries, it just isn’t worth it.
All the commercial websites that have been safe from having their contact details exposed, are now on alert.
The Google-Twitter agreement will allow both companies to benefit. Users will get their share of good stuff too.
Money will be saved, forests will be preserved, amount of chemical pollutants will be reduced – if rewritable paper becomes reality.
Another one of the world’s mysteries has been uncovered. This time it’s a prehistoric monster, which has been caught.
Australia’s tax authorities have suggested that the cryptocurrency should not be classified as “money”.
A virus is rapidly spreading in Asian countries, infecting both people and animals.
Ancient artefact proves securely-dated record of hominin occupation in Anatolia (Turkey).
A new study regarding the importance of international languages in the world showcases some interesting facts.
While some research studies say drinking coffee can reduce risk of getting diabetes, some experts do not agree.
The country’s most popular drink actually may be hazardous to your health. Be careful!
Smoking electronic cigarettes impacts your health more, than usual cigarettes, and here’s why.
How can religion impact your health? After leaving religion, a lot of people either improve their health, or it goes spiraling down…
Currently a massive pro-democracy protest is going on in Hong Kong, as reports say Instagram is blocked in the area.
Scientists have developed a blood test that can predict the Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms occur has been developed.
The U.S. researchers seem to have found a way to improve WiFi connection.
Since January 2013 copyright holders have asked Google to remove more than 100,000,000 links to infringing webpages.
Archaeologists believe to have found graves of vampires in Poland.
BitTorrent’s representatives confirmed they hit a new mobile milestone.
Custom top-level domans to be live in 2013, and they will cost $25,000 annually.
World’s largest risk consulting firm predicts that despite attention, BitCoin will eventually be overshadowed by better online currencies.
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