It seems that police in Texas sometimes refuse to accept technology's verdict and still arrest those who pass breath and blood tests.
A California Academy of Sciences researcher trekked through the rain forests of Tanzania in search of the Rhynchocyon udzungwensis, the newest mammal to join the elephant shrew group. They may not look like elephants, but they do have evolutionary ties to the pachyderm going back 100 million years in Africa. Scientists describe this species as having the legs of an antelope, the snout of an anteater, and the tail of a rat. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi brings us the first look at the cute little guy.
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A new iPad app called Nursery Rhymes with StoryTime lets parents read stories to their kids even if they're on the other side of the world.
Attempting to bring in more customers, the mobile carrier adds five metropolitan areas in Illinois, Nevada, and California to get access to its 4G (HSPA) 1900 network.
A security flaw has been uncovered in Mac OS X Lion that could allow a hacker to easily change your passwords.
Amid increased scrutiny of the loan guarantee program because of Solyndra, the Energy Department finalizes four more loans for projects which will lead to a jump in U.S. solar power production.
The new StripeSpotter system reads the markings on wild animals. Naturalists and game keepers can use it to identify zebras, giraffes, tigers, and other striped beasts.
Trinity Site, the location of the first atomic bomb test, sits in a desolate desert region of the Southwest. Crave's Nerdy New Mexico series kicks off with a look at this historic area today.
A Sacramento County teen claims she sends more than 10,000 texts a day. Or seven a minute. She also has a 40-hour-a-week job and gets straight As.