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Discovery on a massive scale could mean excavations for generations to come. Meanwhile, a robot finds symbols in the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Alien pyramid-building theories take a blow as a new study shows Egyptians may have used water to help move the massive stones.
Doubling down, Bing Maps adds a stockpile of new satellite and photo images that cover 38 million square kilometers of the world.
Apple has opened its first French Apple Store in the Louvre. iPods and iMacs should be right at home -- but where next? We've come up with some suggestions
An international team of scientists is putting the final touches on a robot to explore mysterious air shafts leading from the queen's chamber.
Apple has opened an Apple Store at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, an upscale shopping center beneath the famous Louvre art gallery. So where next for Apple? Here are our suggestions.
A social game that immerses players in Dead music, visuals, and culture is scheduled for a summer appearance. Until then, we will get by.
Now you can vote with your light switch, in a Web-savvy grassroots movement to raise awareness of global warming by turning lights off for one hour Saturday night.
Google Earth 4 encourages users to create their own rich content
Microsoft says its successor to XP, Windows Vista, won't reach consumers until January 2007 -- but why is it late? We take a brief look at the history of its development