Microsoft to use Nokia brand for entry-level phones
Microsoft will continue to sell low-end phones with the Nokia brand and has licensed the brand for these type of devices. The company is meanwhile preparing to roll out its new Microsoft Lumia brand, Tuula Rytilä, senior vice president of marketing for phones ...
Surface Pro 3 and Xbox sales push Microsoft Q1 revenue to $23.2bn
Microsoft sales beat Street hopes, cloud profits up
Nokia's Q3 Results Show Turnaround Continues Since Handset Unit Sale
End to wind farm quotas as EU agrees 2030 climate deal
Britain will no longer be forced to build wind and solar farms from 2020, under a new EU climate change deal that leaves countries free to choose how to cut their carbon emissions. EU leaders vowed on Friday to cut Europe's greenhouse gas emissions by at ...
EU leaders agree CO2 emissions cut
EU agrees to cut emissions by 40% by 2030
European Leaders Agree on Targets to Fight Climate Change
Comet Chury smells like rotten eggs and a horse stable
Sensoring devices on board the Rosetta spacecraft have detected chemicals in the cloud of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko: hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, formaldehyde and hydrogen cyanide. In laymen's terms: It stinks. Philae on comet p67 (image: ...
Comets smell like rotten eggs, horse urine
Swiss Scientists Determine Comet's 'Perfume'
Spacewatch: Countdown to Philae's comet landing
3 Features a Nike-Apple Wearable Absolutely Must Have
Apple's wearable will target fitness nuts. Here's what it has to be able to do—with Nike's help. Nike and Apple have had a special relationship since 2006 when the companies announced a partnership that created a sports-oriented ecosystem around iPods ...
Nike and Apple working together on future wearable projects, even after death of ...
Nike CEO hints at 'stylish' Apple wearable plans
Nike Puts Top Athletes on a Catwalk and Makes Its Play for Women
Times of India
Twitter unveils 'Fabric' platform for developers
Times of India
SAN FRANCISCO: Twitter on Wednesday set out to weave itself into mobile applications with a free "Fabric" platform to help developers build better programs and make more money. Twitter chief executive Dick Costolo touted Fabric as "the future of mobile ...
Twitter wants to kill off passwords forever
Twitter weaves Fabric, but will developers be drawn in?
Beyond tweets: Twitter weaves new approach to mobile apps
Highest Ice Age human camp discovered in Peruvian Andes
The migration of early humans out of Africa went further and higher than previously thought. The new theory is based on discoveries suggesting that the inhabitants of Easter Island had contact with people in South America, who built the highest Stone Age ...
Ice Age people dwelled high in Andes
Peaks no issue for Ice Age Peruvians
Highest altitude human occupation 1 millennia earlier than previously documented
Gmail's Inbox app puts the fun back in e-mail
Gmail's Inbox is a new take on e-mail apps that Google hopes will allow users to master their inboxes. It's a great idea, but it's not ready for business users. By Regardt van der Berg. Added by Regardt van der Berg on 24 October 2014. Saved under Opinion ...
With Inbox, can Google reinvent email again?
With Inbox, Google dares to be different
VIDEO: Google Inbox Tries to Get Email Under Control
Facebook introduces Rooms app
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Facebook's research division — the folks who brought you Paper and Slingshot — unveiled their latest app, Rooms, Thursday. It's a group-based social networking app focused on small communities and anonymous identities. Rooms bills itself as a ...
Facebook Launches New App for Anonymous Users
Facebook introduces 'Rooms' for chat
Facebook app lets users use pseudonyms
AR 2192: Giant on the Sun - Space Fellowship 24 Oct 2014
AR 2192: Giant on the Sun
As you (safely!) watched the progress of yesterday's partial solar eclipse, you probably also spotted a giant sunspot group. Captured in this sharp telescopic image from October 22nd the complex AR 2192 is beautiful to see, a sprawling solar active region ...
The Seattle Times
Beyond the byline: How we shot the partial solar eclipse
The Seattle Times
The moon moves in front of the sun to create a partial solar eclipse, seen from Kerry Park in Seattle on Thursday. The eclipse began at 1:35 p.m., peaked at 3 p.m., and ended by about 4:20 p.m. it was over. How did we photograph Thursday's partial solar ...
How birds react to solar eclipses?
Splendid images of partial solar eclipse in North America
Partial eclipse sweeps across America