Technology Top Stories
Think a smartwatch is too big and heavy? What about getting phone updates on a smart ring? More
YouTube has unveiled its Top 10 most popular videos of 2013, with 'The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?),' a music video from Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis, nabbing top honours. More
The Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, with its iconic curling horns that adorn many a sportsman's rec-room, is starting to show the effects of generations of trophy hunting, a new study finds. More
Birth defect risk affected by father's diet
Retail and privacy
Retailers adopt new technology to track customers
Hunt for life
Yellowknife Bay was a calm, fresh neutral lake for perhaps tens of thousands of years
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- Smart ring would put phone updates, controls on your finger
- Antarctica sets new cold weather record of –93.2 C
- Titan Arm: a cheap, light exoskeleton for everyone
- Bighorn sheep shrinking due to hunters, study suggests
- Birth defect risk affected by father's diet, study suggests
- Mars freshwater lake could have supported life
- Porn Day attack hits YouTube
- iBeacon: How much privacy would you give up for a coupon?
- Internet-enabled pillow 'connects long-distance lovers'
- Mutant worms defy aging theory
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Quirks & Quarks
- December 14: Curiosity Jumps in a Lake Dec. 11, 2013 11:53 AM A little more than a year ago, NASA's robotic Mars rover, Curiosity, landed in a large crater on the surface of the Red Planet. Now the rover has found evidence that its landing site was an ancient lake bed - further evidence that Mars was once a warm, wet world.