Wednesday, December 10, 2014
A mountain on Mars may have built up over time from lake sediments, according to NASA scientists who have been studying observations from the Curiosity rover scouring the Red Planet.
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Ministers and the U.N. chief fly into Lima this week to bolster negotiators in a final push for consensus on key elements of a world pact to curb potentially disastrous global warming.
When naturalist Paul Rosolie wanted to focus attention on the destruction of the Amazon rainforest, he decided he needed a stunt guaranteed to get people looking.
More than a year after federal regulators issued new privacy rules for kids' mobile apps, online stores are flooded with cute and silly software programs that quietly collect vast amounts of data on the youngest consumers.
Imagine being able to surf the web and watch videos online without having to swat away pesky pop-up ads? These days you can, thanks to small programs like Adblock Plus that are available free for download and that arm your browser to defend against ads.
Monday, December 8, 2014
Tucked away between rolling hills dotted with sheep and winding roads taking wine lovers to vineyards is a nondescript, white warehouse with small, square windows.
Medellin for Christmas vacation? Si, si!
Chadwick Wines in Chile have a long and distinguished heritage that the current president, Eduardo Chadwick, works hard to honor and preserve. His wines offer an homage to family as well as Chile's unique terroir.
Sunday, December 7, 2014
NASA's newest space vehicle, Orion, accomplished its first test flight with precision and pizazz Friday, shooting more than 3,600 miles (5,800 kilometers) out from Earth for a hyperfast, hot return not seen since the Apollo moon shots.
Developing countries may need up to US$500 billion per year by 2050 to adapt to the ravages of climate change, dwarfing previous estimates, a U.N. report said Friday., 1 Comment