The Guardian's international editions are proliferating, but before the newspaper launches an online edition in Australia later this year, it's uniting all of its websites under a single domain, theguardian.
Scientists at Princeton University have designed a bionic ear that can hear better than human ears.
Samsung may sell more smartphones, but a new Apple ad claims that more people listen to music on their iPhones than any other phone
The 60-second ad, which broke Thursday night, is a bit of a stylistic departure for the brand.
A group of students in France crafted wooden, energy-producing stationary bicycles from trash. These novel bikes were recently used to power a film festival screening in St.
Vials of moon dust brought back to Earth by the first men on the moon have been found inside a lab warehouse in California after sitting in storage unnoticed for more than 40 years
The samples — collected by Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin — were rediscovered last month by an archivist who was going over artifacts tucked away at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
The cicada swarms are coming, and there is nothing you can do to stop it
You will step on a cicada shell, one will fall in your hair and that buzzing drone will haunt your entire summer.
It's prom season — for the planets
Every couple of years, give or take, planets get together in the night sky in such a way that they seem to be aligned with each other.
What if you could have your smartphone greet customers while they’re shopping in your store or have a tablet work as a babysitter?
That’s the idea behind R.
What's it like to drive a snowmobile off a cliff? Thanks to B.A.S.E. (Buildings, Antennas, Spans and Earth) jumper Erik Roner and his trusty trio of GoPro cameras, we get to experience just that without having to risk our necks.
The Boy Scouts of America's governing council voted on Thursday to allow openly gay scouts to join local troops for the first time in the organization's 103-year history.