U.S. officials on Thursday unveiled the 400-page diary of Alfred Rosenberg, a top aide to Adolf Hitler, who oversaw the genocide against Jews and others during World War Two.
While the widely publicized Google car is festooned with cameras, radar and the laser range finders called lidars.
No sooner do acquisitive urbanites negotiate their peace with the manic pulse of New York City than some escape it without leaving. The strategy is an aggressively vertical lifestyle, and developers are enabling it.
Rover Curiosity will soon shift to a distance- driving mode headed for the Mars mission's primary destination: a mountain called Mount Sharp.
Len Markidan, a 26-year-old marketing consultant based in San Francisco, is the type of business traveler who forced LodgeNet, the hotel guest-room entertainment provider, to file recently for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Office workers around the world are chained to their technology, hunched over desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets, and it's all taken a toll on their bodies.
More research is needed on the long term effects of low carbohydrate diets, health professionals at a Heart Foundation Conference in Adelaide heard Saturday
Eighteen finalists for Tourism Australia's "Best Jobs in the World" contest were announced Wednesday, and will travel Down Under in June for the final stage of the global competition.
Mothers who eat junk food while pregnant have already programmed their babies to be addicted to a high fat, high sugar diet by the time they are weaned, a recent Australian research found on Tuesday.
Austerity is having a devastating effect on health, driving suicide, depression and infectious diseases and reducing access to medicines and care.
A sensor that could improve future detecting and tracking of asteroids has passed a design test.
If a physician takes preventive health practices like getting a flu shot, his or her patients are more likely to undergo these preventive measures.