Winds on Uranus and Neptune are surprisingly not causing much of a stir on the surface. New research shows that winds on those planets are on a separate layer.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S are rumored to have a new payment system that could be a game changer. A new multi-camera social experience is supposedly in the works as well.
A new study shows that the malaria parasite actually influences mosquitos to love the smell of human sweat. The experiment was conducted with a dirty sock and a lot of mosquitos, both infected and not.
Embryonic stem cells have been replicated, making clones of human embryos a very real thing. But the discovery was not unanimously met with open arms.
Two active volcanoes in Alaska saw lava flowing yesterday. Authorities concerned about ash clouds issued on alert.
A new study shows that dogs and humans may have evolved together due to similar surroundings. It also provides new information on the origin of canine domestication.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 has been requested by Apple to join the list of Samsung products accused of infringing intellectual property. Samsung also has a list of Apple products they believe to be doing the same thing.
Devices that detect earthquakes deep in the ocean are also capable of detecting whale calls. This allows scientists to further study the mysterious fin whale.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 will hit shelves for Verizon customers a week earlier than expected. Verizon is notoriously slow when releasing new phones under their coverage, but not here.
The possibility of Skype on the next generation Xbox begs a lot of questions. Sony's PS4 may not be able to match the video-calling app.
Release dates for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S may become clearer as Apple sends orders to manufacturers in Japan. Meanwhile, the iPhone 6 may have an edge to edge, 4.5-inch retina display.
The new strain of bird flu has taken three more lives, bringing the death toll to 35. The virus is said to be spread through chickens.
The long rumored Google smartwatch could be unveiled at Google I/O this week. Motorola is apparently building the device.
Sony shipped 8.1 million Xperia units in the first quarter of 2013. That is down from the projected 9.1 million, but the company still expects an increase throughout the year.