The administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Thursday he thinks Congress should weigh in on whether carbon dioxide is a harmful pollutant that should be regulated, as he vowed to reduce "regulatory uncertainty" for U.S. industry.
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ASTRONOMERS have detected stardust in a distant galaxy which is believed to be the oldest ever found as it was made when the universe was in its very infancy.
Nano technology experts working at IBM's research facility in San Jose have created a single atom magnetic hard drive, which has has the potential to revolutionise data storage and shrink device sizes.Read More »
The court order allows English Premier League bosses to blanket block internet servers that are powering the illegal streams, shutting them down permanently from the source.Read More »
Researchers led by a professor of psychology at Temple University in Philadelphia found that teenagers' risk-taking brain is far more powerful than brain's rational control (stock image)Read More »
FLYING cars are on the horizon after Airbus unveiled plans to create a vehicle which is part self-driving and part drone.
Consumer nostalgia and social media hype have contributed to record levels of pre-release interest in the Nokia 3310, according to London=based mobile specialist Carphone Warehouse.Read More »
Researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority found the ancient Roman road near the village of Mata after the area was dug up to make way for a water pipeline to Jerusalem.Read More »
Researchers, led by the University of Adelaide, made the discovery after studying dental samples taken from the remains of five Neanderthals found in Spain, Italy and Belgium.Read More »
WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned messaging service , is testing a system that would let businesses talk directly to users for the first time.Read More »