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16:22, 29 January 2015 Thursday
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00:04, 13 January 2015 Tuesday
US Central Command s social media accounts hacked -UPDATED

Hackers posted threats and contact information of US military personnel.

09:12, 08 January 2015 Thursday
Scientists find antibiotic that kills bugs without resistance

Researchers said the antibiotic, which has yet to be trialled in humans, could one day be used to treat drug-resistant infections caused by the superbug MSRA, as well as tuberculosis

23:18, 01 January 2015 Thursday
Indonesian frog is one of a kind - and not

For the first time, frogs have been seen giving birth to tadpoles.

09:26, 28 December 2014 Sunday
Sony still works to restore PlayStation after attack

A hacker activist group known as Lizard Squad said it was responsible for the PSN outage as well as delays on Microsoft's Corp's Xbox network; Microsoft quickly fixed the problem.

09:15, 28 December 2014 Sunday
Germany plans electric car motorway charging stations

Chancellor Angela Merkel's government wants to bring 1 million battery-powered vehicles onto the roads of Europe's largest economy by the end of the decade.

14:02, 27 December 2014 Saturday
North Korea blames the U S for Internet outages -UPDATED

North Korea experienced Internet problems last weekend and a complete outage of nearly nine hours before links were largely restored on Tuesday.

12:07, 27 December 2014 Saturday
Anti-police brutality hashtags dominate social media in 2014

#ICantBreathe and #IAmMikeBrown are the two top trending social media hashtags of the year.

11:21, 23 December 2014 Tuesday
Google unveils its new driverless car

The vehicle is the first one that marries the automobile functionality and software engineering into one working car. It will be tested in 2015.

14:19, 15 December 2014 Monday
Spanish news publishers want Google News back

Spanish news publishers want government to negotiate with Google.

14:09, 15 December 2014 Monday
Russia considers building its own space station

The Russian space station Mir, launched by the Soviet Union in 1986, operated until 2001 and President Vladimir Putin is now seeking to reform Russia's once-pioneering space industry

15:07, 11 December 2014 Thursday
Google to shut down news site in Spain over copyright

Google's action caps a decade of acrimony with news publishers who blame the search giant for revenue and readership declines

10:35, 10 December 2014 Wednesday
Turkey sharpens climate policy at UN talks

Top climate envoy gives broad support for global deal but says country's "special circumstances" must be factored.

21:40, 09 December 2014 Tuesday
We pay with our privacy' expert tells Turkish IT crowd

Finnish cyber-security expert tells Istanbul audience that people have made gigantic IT companies billions in profits by providing private data for services.

11:16, 07 December 2014 Sunday
Pluto-bound spacecraft ends hibernation to start mission

The scientific observation of Pluto, its entourage of moons and other bodies in the solar system's frozen backyard begins Jan. 15

23:59, 05 December 2014 Friday
New NASA spaceship nails debut test flight

For the first time in more than 40 years, NASA has launched a spaceship designed to carry astronauts far beyond Earth

09:59, 05 December 2014 Friday
Merkel says digitalization will create more jobs

Benefits of digital revolution outweigh risks, Germany’s Chancellor says

12:29, 04 December 2014 Thursday
Turkey needs climate change policy urge experts

Last month, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu vowed to make climate change a top priority when Turkey hosts next year’s G20 summit

09:57, 03 December 2014 Wednesday
Steve Jobs emails used against Apple in lawsuit

The emails of Apple’s late CEO is being used as evidence in antitrust claim.

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