NASA's Kepler space mission may be coming to an unexpected end. The space agency announced on Wednesday that the spacecraft, designed to seek out possible earth-like extraterrestrial bodies, ...
Thu 16 May 13 from Gizmag
The unexpected return of therapeutic cloning could reopen ethical arguments that seemed to have been laid to rest
Thu 16 May 13 from Newscientist
Ancient underground lake isolated from the rest of the world for 2.7 billion years discovered in Canadian mine - but does it contain life?
Scientists have discovered an ancient pocket of water trapped deep beneath the ground which could have been isolated from the rest of the world for up to 2.7 billion years – making it the ...
Wed 15 May 13 from The Independent
Study shows that electrical brain stimulation speeds mathematical learning
Thu 16 May 13 from Science Now
A three-man International Space Station crew headed by Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield returns to Earth after five months in space.
Tue 14 May 13 from BBC News
A new Quantum Artificial Intelligence lab is the latest customer for D-Wave's supposed quantum computer
Thu 16 May 13 from IEEE Spectrum
YouTube is demanding Microsoft removes a Windows Phone 8 YouTube app, saying it violates its terms of service.
Fri 17 May 13 from BBC Technology
When Nvidia unveiled its Tegra 4 mobile processor at CES in January, it also unveiled Project Shield, a handheld gaming console that would be powered by said chip. The "Project" has now been ...
Wed 15 May 13 from Gizmag
Fast, faster and OMG, that was quick: Download films in a second with even faster smartphones as Samsung claims breakthrough in 5G mobile broadband
It's one faster, isn't it? With most people still waiting to upgrade to a phone or contract package that will allow them to skim the internet using 4G, it is with a weary shrug to the inevitability ...
Mon 13 May 13 from The Independent
Mobile phone giant BlackBerry has announced plans to make its instant messaging service available to those with iPhones or Androids.
Tue 14 May 13 from The Independent
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