Amazon Planning Its Largest Acquisition: Report
March 27 2015 3:25 AM EDT
Acquiring Net-a-Porter would mean a commitment to a segment that Amazon has been eyeing for long.
Several Killed By Saudi Coalition Airstrikes As Yemen Leader Reaches Riyadh
March 27 2015 1:37 AM EDT
President Hadi had sought refuge in Aden after fleeing Sanaa, where he had been under house arrest for months.
Russia’s New Military Transport Plane Will Fly In 2017
March 26 2015 7:19 AM EDT
The plane, named Ilyushin Il-112, is designed to carry out missions in any geographic or weather conditions.
Apple Plans China iPhone Trade-In Program With Foxconn: Report
March 26 2015 5:42 AM EDT
Foxconn will repair the iPhones and sell them on its e-commerce sites such as eFeihu and FLNet and on Alibaba Group's Taobao online store.
NASA Outlines Plans For Asteroid Redirect Mission
March 26 2015 3:57 AM EDT
NASA said it will select an asteroid for the mission in 2019, about a year before launching the unmanned spacecraft.
Oil Prices Soar As Saudi Arabia Launches Airstrikes In Yemen
March 26 2015 1:44 AM EDT
Oil prices surged as traders worried about fighting in the oil-rich Middle East getting out of control.
Google’s Driverless Car Could Feature Air Bags On The Outside
March 25 2015 7:18 AM EDT
In the patent filing, Google explained a system for protecting a pedestrian during impact with a vehicle.
Oil Could Hit $100 A Barrel By End Of 2016: Pickens
March 25 2015 5:49 AM EDT
Oil prices have tumbled sharply partly due to weaker Asian and European demand and an increase in North American production.
Russia To Build Jordan’s First Nuclear Power Plant
March 25 2015 3:05 AM EDT
The deal requires Jordan to buy fuel from Rosatom for the reactors for 10 years.
Boko Haram Kidnapped Hundreds In Northern Nigeria: Report
March 25 2015 2:11 AM EDT
Troops from Niger and Chad recaptured Damasak earlier in March, ending months of control by the Islamist group.
Young Jupiter Swept Clear Inner Solar System: Study
March 24 2015 7:38 AM EDT
Jupiter was believed to have acted like a wrecking ball to destroy inner planets in the early solar system, a new study suggests.
US Test Fires Intercontinental Ballistic Missile
March 24 2015 4:56 AM EDT
The Minuteman III missiles are the only land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles in service in the U.S.
Hutchison Expected to Close $15.7B Deal To Buy O2: Report
March 24 2015 2:57 AM EDT
With its $15 billion-plus price tag, O2's acquisition would be Li Ka-Shing's biggest global buyout.
Canada To Extend Military Mission Against ISIS
March 24 2015 1:32 AM EDT
The move would make Canada the second NATO country to launch strikes against ISIS in Syria.
EU Exit Could Cost Britain $82B A Year: Report
March 23 2015 8:02 AM EDT
Britain's GDP would suffer if it failed to strike a free trade deal with Europe from outside the EU, according to a think tank report.
Measles Becoming Deadlier Than Ebola In West Africa
March 23 2015 6:00 AM EDT
Measles-related deaths could grow to 16,000 in West Africa because of disruptions to health care facilities caused by the Ebola outbreak.
US Urges Vigilance After ISIS 'Kill List' Threatens Troops
March 23 2015 2:55 AM EDT
The group said that the military personnel included in the list had participated in U.S.-led missions against the extremist group.
US Probes Nissan Over Air Bag Sensor Recalls
March 23 2015 1:41 AM EDT
The latest investigation covers nearly 990,000 vehicles in the U.S. that were recalled by the company in 2013 and 2014.
How To Install Android 5.1 Factory Image On Nexus 5
March 20 2015 7:36 AM EDT
Here is a tutorial showing how to update the Nexus 5 smartphone to the latest Android 5.1 using a factory image.
Foxconn Manager Admits To Stealing Thousands Of Smartphones
March 20 2015 6:46 AM EDT
Foxconn, which makes electronics goods such as smartphones for companies like Apple, Nokia and Sony, employs over a million people.