A brand new Airbus A380 collided with a hanger during a test flight by Thai Airways.
A patent filed by a local Texas company shows technology that would allow drivers to commute hundreds of miles without using a drop of gasoline.
Thailand residents can once again view their favorite videos on YouTube after the government and Google agreed to block any offensive clips in the future.
An elderly man has been ordered to pay more than $12 million to a local bank after it was discovered he took advantage of an internal computer glitch.
IBM researchers today said that they were able to probe magnetic anisotropy in individual atoms, potentially opening the development of a new kind of data storage devices. In another announcement, the company unveiled a single-molecule switch that is expected to lead the way toward smaller, faster and more energy-efficient semiconductors.
Google's video sharing site Youtube has struck an agreement with the British MCPS-PRS Alliance to provide royalties to artists whose songs appear on user created videos.
Customers with an extensive library of songs on Sony's Connect store will need to act quickly before their collection essentially gets wiped out early next year.
The Columbus Division of Police in Ohio is investigating a series of YouTube videos posted by a city police officer that blame Jews for the country's societal problems.
Researchers at Indiana's Purdue University have further developed a recently described technology that can break down water directly into hydrogen and oxygen without input power.
It’s been a little more than a year since Google launched its free “Google WiFi” service in Mountain View California and the company is taking time to congratulate itself in an official blog posting.
Scientist from the Niels Bohr Institute at University of Copenhagen and from Harvard University say they have developed a new theory which describe how transistors for future quantum computers may look like.