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Researchers at a Dutch university have developed an online programme that is able give the age and gender of users purely based on the content they post on Twitter.
The world has entered a "new danger zone" with levels of Earth-warming carbon dioxide in the atmosphere never experienced by humankind, the UN's climate chief warned Monday.
Sorin Group has received FDA approval for and is beginning the US launch of the SMARTVIEW™ remote monitoring solution for patients with implanted CRM devices.
Samsung Electronics has successfully tested super-fast fifth-generation (5G) wireless technology that would eventually allow users to download an entire movie in one second.
International law enforcement agencies say the recent $45 million dollar ATM heist is just one of many scams they're fighting in an unprecedented wave of sophisticated cyberattacks
The level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has surpassed 400 parts per million for the first time in human history.
Doctors are excited about a new drug, launched this week, that is expected to provide some relief for the more than one-million South African women who have endometriosis.
Planned European levies on Chinese solar panels will only go some way to halt a rout among equipment makers who face the paradox of a booming market but falling revenue.
Workers cheered and whistled as they completed the spire on New York's One World Trade Center on Friday.
A prominent Chinese law professor had his social media account suspended, state media said Friday, after authorities vowed a renewed crackdown against "online rumours".
Activist investor Carl Icahn and Southeastern Asset Management Inc, two of Dell Inc's largest shareholders, have proposed an alternative to a $24.4 billion buyout deal.
French health authorities said they feared the country's first case of a new SARS-like virus that has killed 18 people, may have infected two other people.
The International Space Station suffered a small leak of ammonia used to cool its power system on Thursday, but there was no danger to the crew, NASA said.
Sky-gazers were treated to an annular solar eclipse in remote areas of Australia with the moon crossing in front of the sun to leave a "ring of fire" around its silhouette.
A panel of UK lawmakers will next week grill representatives from Google Inc and its auditor Ernst & Young.
Airbus has started painting the A350, a sign it is approaching a maiden flight, but has decided against a traditional "rollout" for its newest jet.
Target Corp is rolling out Cartwheel, a service that combines social networking and discounts, the latest attempt by a U.S. retailer to lure shoppers into its physical stores.
Hundreds of luxury Lamborghini cars powered through Milan on Wednesday at the start of a tour of Italy to mark the 50th anniversary of the company.
A satellite that will map the world's forests has been chosen for the seventh mission in Europe's Earth Explorer project.
Panama said it would shut high schools and universities for three days in a desperate bid to reduce power usage.
The importance of IT security and the implications for small and large business is under discussion at a three-day summit, which began in Sandton Tuesday.
Sources indicate that YouTube is set to announce a series of channels that will require payment within a few weeks.
In a blow for Alzheimer's patients, Baxter International Inc said it will scrap late-stage trials of its antibody treatment for the disease.
Nokia investors told Chief Executive Stephen Elop on Tuesday that they were running out of patience with his flagging attempts to catch up with market leaders Apple and Samsung.
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