Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) hackers "broke into" Melbourne IT, an Australian Internet services company that claims Twitter and the New York Times as its customers.
Waves may not be that predictable, even though technology and forecasting has improved (from World War II, when wave forecasting began in earnest, thanks to the requirements of the D-Day landing, up through the sophisticated models used by sports organizations like Surfline today), but the tides are thoroughly predictable.
Hackers supporting the Syrian government have hacked the mobile service of the al-Jazeera news network.
Osama Bin Laden's body wasn't buried at sea, but was instead flown back to the US, leaked emails suggest.
If climate change continues, summer sea ice in the Arctic could disappear altogether - but in the meantime Arctic ice could temporarily stabilize or even increase.
The Navy is stepping up its development of unmanned vehicles designed to patrol the high seas.
In 1906, a Canadian schooner sailed Lake Ontario carrying 480 tons of coal. Unfortunately for the Queen of the Lakes, she would soon sink to the bottom, unseen for 105 years ...until now.
A mission to sail the seas of Titan is one of three projects shortlisted by NASA for its next Discovery mission.
Scientists have cataloged a new and enormous aquatic garbage dump in the western North Atlantic.