Change is good. In the case of Microsoft, a change in design is what the company is banking on to set it straight.
Facebook's virtual acquisition of Oculus has now phased into reality, as the deal announced in March has been completed. Facebook intends to take Oculus technology into many other fields beyond gaming, including media, education and entertainment.
Forensics expert Jonathan Zdziarski exposes backdoor for iOS devices in hacker event presentation, argues there's no reason for its existence. Apple counters, rejects spying claim.
The American Red Cross is seeking blood donors given a potential emergency blood shortage this summer. It's seen an 8 percent decline in donations in the past three months.
A reduction of rising global temperatures is only a natural variation, says a new study, and it won't last long.
Finding of deadly MERS virus in infected barn suggests disease might spread through the air. If true, disease might spread to humans more easily, researchers say.
Genetics study provide more evidence of biological origins of schizophrenia. Finding could improve detection, treatment.
A new exoplanet has been discovered which is unusually far away from its primary star.
A new paper published in Geoscience explains the mystery behind stone arches.
Elephants, with their long trunks, are found to have the most discerning noses in the animal kingdom. Dogs have more sensitive noses, but elephants can distinguish among thousands of odors, besting our canine friends.
Scientists team up microscopes and computers to track cells in a developing embryo. Technique yields a 3D view of how each cell grows and changes, they say.
June 2014 saw rising temperatures around the world, following May - another record breaker.