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.
Yahoo Mail now gives users a more advanced search filter, an easier contacts manager, and the ability to send instant and text messages from the webmail application.
Batavia (IL) - TG Daily recently had an opportunity to visit the facilities of Fermilab, home of the Tevatron, currently the world's highest energy particle accelerator. Join us on a tour through a stunning world of machinery that accelerates protons close to the speed of light to help scientists research topics of matter, space and time.
Tokyo (Japan) – Cue up the Matrix jokes because Sony has developed a biological battery that runs on glucose. The so-called “bio battery” converts the sugar into electricity with the help of enzymes, oxygen and water. Sony researchers proved the batteries work by stringing four of them together and powering a Walkman.
Senior VP at Warner Home Video Steve Nickerson announced that he will step down, relinquishing his position as the highest profile movie studio executive who still supported both Blu-ray and HD DVD.
Los Angeles police officers are riding in style with a new police car that’s bristling with cameras, computers and even a GPS projectile launcher.