It seems the deep blue yonder is deeper than we thought. (via Ecocentric)
A London-based scientist’s ingenious method of obtaining data for research into disease-causing micro-organisms has been awarded the “Ig Nobel” prize.
Inhabitants of the Antarctic will be glad to hear that their desire to access cutting edge technology is finally being recognized. (via Techland)
The dream of hotels in space has been around unrealized for so long now that most of us have given up hope.
Tony Curtis, one of the most loved actors of Hollywood’s golden age, died yesterday at 85.
The full names and addresses of 5,300 Sky broadband customers have been leaked on to the internet, alongside a list of pornographic movies they are alleged to have shared online.
These days, even the most ordinary pieces of technology are becoming super-smart.
On September 30, the Ludlow Racecourse in Shropshire, England will be host to a rather controversial auction.
Scientists have unearthed two new species of giant plant-eating horned dinosaur in southern Utah.
It’s not a set of keys, or a pair of glasses, but a city with a population of 90,000. However, for at least a month this summer, Google’s computers managed to “lose” the city of Sunrise, Florida
It seems the life of James Bond isn’t actually that far from reality.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a giant tethered helium balloon telling Parisians how good the air quality is.