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There is a place in Zurich, Switzerland, where sound virtually doesn't exist. That place is known as the "noise-free" labs, part of IBM's $90 million Nanotechnology facility located there.
A group of scientists have discovered a distant planet that is 11 times bigger than the largest planet in our solar system: Jupiter.
This is an excerpt of On Assignment, education writer Theresa Harrington's blog on Contra Costa County schools.
Reuters © A PayPal card sits at a cashier station at a Home Depot store in Daly City, California, February 21, 2012.
Apple is taking a closer look at shoppers in its retail stores, under a new program that will push product-related information to their mobile devices using its iBeacon trackers.
Early Ascent's "Reading Raven" app offers happy music, colorful landscapes and an adorable raven that flies over the homescreen to lead kids to one of five letter-learning lessons.
The Discovery Museum and Planetarium in Bridgeport has sold a massive bronze statue for $300,000 to finance a major upgrade to its science education program for schoolchildren.
According to MasterCard Advisors, monthly Canadian e-commerce sales have grown on a year-over-year basis for 55 consecutive months, but the trend began losing steam earlier this year.
Royal Bank of Scotland said its websites were the victim of a cyber attack that left some customers unable to access their accounts in the group's second computer crash in less than a week.
Microsoft Corp said on Thursday it had disrupted the largest network of compromised personal computers, involving some 2 million machines around the world, since it stepped up its battle against organized online criminals three years ago.
"Criminal botnet" sounds like something from a forgotten sci-fi serial from the 1970s, but turns out they're real, and they'll steal your passwords.
A Island of the Blue DolphinsA on the Nook HD+ and a Vocabulary Builder Flashcard on the Kindle Paperwhite.
Whether you're looking for something thin and light, or want a tablet that performs like a laptop, there's plenty to choose from if you're willing to spend a bit more for a high-end laptop computer.
The 2013 Geminid meteor shower peak arrives on Dec. 13-14 with good news and bad.
This photo taken Nov. 25, 2013 shows Ella Russell, 7, working on an e-book on an iPad during her second grade class at Jamestown Elementary School in Arlington, Va.