Thursday, March 26, 2015
NASA says the Opportunity rover has passed the marathon mark for driving on Mars.
Hundreds of landmarks from Paris' Eiffel Tower to the Seattle Space Needle will dim their lights on Saturday, as people around the world go briefly off-grid to mark Earth Hour with candlelight and barbecues.
Workers at a Tokyo aquarium are scratching their heads after the deaths of dozens of fish that have left just one lonely tuna roaming a once-flourishing tank.
Park rangers in the U.S. capital are gearing up for a wild goose chase. Literally.
Experts are gathering in Botswana on Wednesday to try to end the illegal wildlife trade that is decimating populations of elephants, rhinos and other threatened species.
China's cyberspace administration is “complicit” in attacks on major Internet companies including Google, an anti-censorship group said Wednesday, calling on firms worldwide to strengthen their defenses.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Microsoft Corp. pledged to be more open and offer greater support to Taiwanese software developers and the company's local customers and partners at its fifth annual Taipei developer conference on open technologies that began on Tuesday.
Fossil remains of a previously unknown species of a crocodile-like “super salamander” that grew as long as a small car and was a top predator more than 200 million years ago have been found in southern Portugal, researchers announced Tuesday.
Emerging technologies like unmanned aerial vehicles can charm, baffle and vex all at once, in a classic tug-of-war between advocates of innovation and proponents of caution.
Human feces contains gold and other precious metals that could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars, experts say.