Intelligent Environments touts its new passcode system as both safer and easier to remember than traditional password systems.
Banks in Switzerland have reported 53 possible acts of money-laundering in the investigation of FIFA’s 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding conte…
The 800-year-old school is looking for someone to run its new research center focused on how children learn through play and interaction.
The deadly earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25 abruptly changed the direction of the world’s tallest peak.
Experts say this deals the biggest blow since the killing of Osama bin Laden
Broomfield is believed to be the first American killed fighting ISIS alongside Kurdish forces.
The comet lander Philae has awoken from hibernation and managed to communicate with Earth for more than a minute.
Quebec driver killed, 4 injured in head-on crash
North Korea is accusing the United States of targeting it with anthrax and wants the U.N. to investigate “biological warfare schemes.”
“I think I just broke my leg. I think I really broke my leg,” he told the crowd.
You have the right to be forgotten by GOOGLE in Europe, but not here in the U.S., at least not yet.
Secretary of State John Kerry was discharged from the hospital 10 days after undergoing surgery on a broken leg.
MERS, a highly infectious and potentially fatal respiratory illness, has spiked in South Korea in recent weeks.
While undertaking work experience at a university, Tom Wagg noticed a tiny dip in the light of a star as a planet passed in front of it.
Billionaire CEO Elon Musk said his service that could supply high-speed Internet to all corners of the Earth could be ready by 2020.
On the surface, James Harrison is just an average guy. But it’s what’s under the surface that makes him extraordinary.
Hong Kong has issued a Red Travel Alert, warning people not to travel to South Korea as the 10th death from the MERS virus was reported on T…
President Obama is sending troops to Iraq to train more Iraqis, but there’s significant doubt in Washington that’ll do any good.
Keith Broomfield, who was from Bolton, Mass., died June 3 in a battle in a Syrian village named Qentere.
The fossilized blood cells were found in the claw of an unidentified theropod from fossils donated by the Natural History Museum in London.