Carbon captured by coal plants would drive turbines that deliver power at night. Two big problems have been vexing environmental scientists for decades: How to store solar energy for later use, and what
Websites ordered to purge all reports related to documents following publication of political elite’s offshore secrets Chinese censors have stepped up their censorship of websites, ordering all content
The world of solar cells could be on the cusp of a revolution, as researchers seek to boost efficiency by harnessing the power to recycle light. A new study, published Thursday in the journal Science,
NEW DELHI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - India will set up a satellite tracking and imaging centre in southern Vietnam that will give Hanoi access to pictures from Indian earth observation satellites that cover
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has withdrawn from the contest to lead the ruling Communist Party. He failed to win sufficient support among delegates at the party congress, clearing the way
Chinese takeout is a fact of life—what other kind of food are you supposed to eat when you're burning the midnight oil at the office or recovering from the Worst Hangover of Your Life? Problem is, most
A peek into the intersection between real military experience and video games. "Contact one-oh-five, danger close!" A chorus of gunfire erupts from the hill to our east. Along the rise I can barely spy
NASA released new footage of the humanoid robot they want to send to Mars. The robot, named Valkyrie, is being tested for its ability to handle the red planet's rocky terrain and hope it can also assist
The Gutenberg Press revolutionized printing in the 15th century, but it wasn't until the 1980s that the dot matrix printer brought the ability to print into every home. The Gutenberg Press revolutionized
There's been a lot of talk lately about artificial intelligence, with the likes of Bill Gates, Elon Musk and even Stephen Hawking expressing concern that smart machines will turn on us. Are they right?
Retreating ice in the Alps sheds new light on high-altitude battle in World War I. Greetings from Cercen Pass. It is storming and snow covers the highest peaks. We wait for peace, but the bad weather,
Why Atlantic City is dying. Thirty years ago, disgraced Atlantic City Mayor Michael Matthews stood in front of a federal judge and pleaded guilty to accepting a bribe from an FBI agent posing as a mobster.
Citizen Con 2014 — a gathering for Cloud Imperium's upcoming space epic Star Citizen — happened on Friday in Los Angeles and from it comes this 10 minute excerpt of a livestream showing the broad range
Chris Roberts' brain spun out a grand vision: a rich, immersive galaxy; exquisite spaceships traversing between infinite star systems with thousands of computer gamers manning the cockpits, racing, dogfighting