Sony PlayStation 4 Arrives In China
March 20 2015 10:29 AM EDT
Players can now get their hands on the game console, but with only six titles available it may not even be worth it.
Peter Chou Out As HTC's CEO
March 20 2015 9:30 AM EDT
Cher Wang, once named Forbes' "most powerful woman in wireless," will now lead the smartphone company.
Arctic Sea Ice Drops To Lowest Maximum Extent On Record
March 20 2015 6:21 AM EDT
The ice cover in the Arctic fell to 5.61 million square miles -- the lowest annual maximum ever recorded.
Mexican Journalist Says President Backed Her Firing
March 20 2015 3:25 AM EDT
Carmen Aristegui's investigative team had uncovered a conflict of interest involving President Enrique Peña Nieto's house purchases.
Small Plane Crash In Uruguay Kills All 10 Aboard
March 20 2015 3:19 AM EDT
An Argentinian plane reportedly on its way to Buenos Aires from the resort city of Punta del Este crashed shortly after take off.
Venezuela Seeks 10 Million Signatures To Repeal Sanctions
March 19 2015 6:19 PM EDT
President Nicolas Maduro is rallying supporters behind a signature campaign aimed at lifting the sanctions order.
Tunisia's Tourism Industry Was Recovering, Until Now
March 19 2015 3:41 PM EDT
A vital sector could face lasting repercussions from Wednesday's massacre at a national museum in Tunis.
A New Higher Education
March 19 2015 3:25 PM EDT
As legalization becomes more widespread, U.S. colleges offer courses on understanding and working within the emerging marijuana market.
Canadian Pot Patients Suing Government Over Privacy
March 19 2015 3:22 PM EDT
Envelopes bearing a government agency's name violated the privacy of mail recipients, the plaintiffs claim.
'Rock Band 4' To Run At 1080p
March 19 2015 2:14 PM EDT
This year we'll see the first installment in the popular music series since 2010.
Xbox 360 Lawsuit Presses On
March 19 2015 12:29 PM EDT
Plaintiffs claim the Microsoft console's optical disc drive isn’t durable, but the company says it has received very few complaints.
Police Arrest 200 Protesters For Vandalism In Baja California
March 19 2015 1:48 AM EDT
Mexican police have attempted to crack down on protests by farmworkers, who are demanding better working conditions and higher wages.
A More 'Secure' Pirate Bay Evades UK Piracy Blockade
March 18 2015 9:35 PM EDT
The notorious file-sharing site is no longer inaccessible in the U.K.
'Battlefield Hardline' Hit By DDoS Attack
March 18 2015 1:59 PM EDT
Looks like DDoS attacks aren't going anywhere soon. "Battlefield Hardline" is working again for Xbox One owners after some issues last night.
Overuse Of Pet Antibiotics Blamed For Animal Superbugs
March 18 2015 12:38 PM EDT
Health experts in Canada fear the spread of pet superbugs could make the human superbug problem worse.
In Brazil, Rousseff's Popularity Ratings Hit 20-Year Low
March 18 2015 11:15 AM EDT
Recent polls show only a 13 percent approval rating for Brazil's president — a nearly 30-point drop since December.
This Weather App Will Either Make You Laugh Or Feel Bad About Yourself
March 18 2015 1:57 AM EDT
Carrot is a digital assistant that’s more HAL 9000 than Siri.
Windows 10 Will Be Released This Summer, Microsoft Says
March 17 2015 11:48 PM EDT
The software giant says passwords will be replaced by eye-, fingerprint- and face-scanning tech.
Your Kraft Mac-And-Cheese Could Have Bits Of Metal In It
March 17 2015 10:00 PM EDT
Potentially tainted boxes were sold in the U.S., Puerto Rico, the Caribbean and parts of South America.
Brazil's Opposition Calls For Rousseff Probe In Petrobras Scandal
March 17 2015 9:28 PM EDT
Rousseff has denied knowing about corruption at Petrobras as chairwoman of its board from 2003 to 2010.