From sails and cannon to generators and torpedoes, these three ships represent British naval technology from over three centuries. Follow our photo tour of all three vessels.
These three vessels are the embodiment of British naval power from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. We toured all three at the National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth, England.
The bank says 30,000 employees will begin using the social network's new work collaboration tool.
Alwaleed bin Talal spends $50 million to become Twitter's second-biggest shareholder, despite his earlier reservations about Jack Dorsey being made full-time chief.
British "Star Wars" fans will be able to mail their bills using Darth Vader or party invites with Han Solo, using stamps that include both original saga and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" characters.
Isotope analysis of the bones of the last Plantagenet king has revealed fascinating details about how he lived his life.
Who is that in that background of those photos? Oh, no big deal, it's just the queen of England, the duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, and Prince William.
With WWI fighters, seaplanes of the '30s, legendary participants of the Battle of Britain, bombers from WWII, and jets from the '40s to the present day, the Royal Air Force Museum London has examples from every era of flight. Here's a full photo tour.
The Royal Air Force Museum London houses over 100 aircraft from the past 100 years. From delicate WWI planes, to iconic WWII fighters and bombers, to jet aircraft from the '40s and to the present day. Here's a huge photo tour.
Technically Incorrect: The MLB reportedly told Kansas City Royals' manager Ned Yost he must not wear the Apple Watch it gave him during games. MLB now insists this isn't the case.