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Technically Incorrect: In Russia, scientists say they've found enough bones to now identify something we might want to call the Sibirosaurus. And it's a doozy.
Thirty years ago, technology was in niches and crevasses of the economy, and now it has seeped into every sector.
Collins English Dictionary turns to the collective wisdom of Twitter to pick a new word for its next edition.
A YouTube video of a North Dakota man apparently setting tap water on fire stirs a debate about fracking and methane and all things scientific.
We look into how one of the world's oldest car brands is using Google Glass, Pebble smartwatches, and Nest thermostats to make its vehicles smarter.
A new interactive site displays where, and how often, people around the world use the F-word on Twitter. Looks like New York is really effed up.
Exclusive A year-end look at some journalist stats on Twitter (including the most-followed journalists) provided by MuckRack, a sort of LinkedIn for media professionals.
The hard-worked San Juan basin in northern New Mexico dramatically illustrates the scale of coal and natural-gas production in the U.S.
Cheap natural gas from "fracking" shale rock and other unconventional fossil fuels are making life tough for cleantech.
MIT says the abundance of natural gas will drive conversions of coal power plants, but will make it harder for solar, wind, and nuclear to gain share.