A deal that would have given cable giant Comcast domination over nearly two-thirds of the American broadband market has fallen through. Comcast’s proposed $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable…more»
As residents adapt to recently imposed water restrictions and California’s historic drought continues, experts are closely examining the dry spell’s exacerbating factors — from thirsty agribusiness operations to unrestrained development…more»
Two Antarctic weather stations recorded unprecedentedly high temperatures in March — offering grim evidence of accelerating climate change. A potential Antarctica record high of 63.5 degrees Fahrenheit was recorded on…more»
If government statisticians notice a sudden drop in productivity on March 31, 2015, it might be due to the new Google Maps Pac-Man game making the Internet rounds today. The…more»
The economics of wind power are looking good, according to a 350-page report issued Thursday by the U.S. Department of Energy, which states that the nation’s swiftly expanding wind industry…more»
With the flames from the most recent oil train derailment just extinguished, a spotlight hovers over the risks associated with what some have dubbed “bomb trains.” In the past month…more»
A daring escape or a curious creature? A viral video of an octopus at the Seattle Aquarium appears to show the invertebrate attempting to leave its display tank. Octopuses are…more»
Internet activists won a major victory on Thursday as the Federal Communications Commission approved its strongest net neutrality rules yet. The FCC commissioners voted to approve a plan that reclassifies…more»
A pair of bright spots on Ceres continues to baffle NASA scientists as the space agency’s Dawn spacecraft approaches being captured into orbit of the dwarf planet. Images taken 29,000…more»
Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler confirmed on Wednesday that the FCC will have the chance to enact the strongest possible protections for the internet at its February 26 meeting.…more»
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