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Researchers dissect an 18-foot-long oarfish and discover some more unusual creatures on the inside.
Huffington Post co-founder responds to attack by executive editor of The New York Times over accusations of "idea aggregation."
Is it an olive branch for the beleaguered (and Google-bashing) publishing industry, a move to encroach upon Facebook's turf in the micropayment wars, or a bit of both?
A day after the editor of The Wall Street Journal referred to online news aggregators as "parasites," the search giant has something to say about the matter.
After executives from newspapers and wire services have renewed their threats against online news aggregators, Google's legal team fires back.
Editor of the Journal says sites that aggregate news are "parasites" and says legal challenges are coming.
You can live without electricity, but not water or food. A crop of new companies are trying to take the chemistry out of agriculture and eliminate crop pests and microbes the natural way.
Fruits and vegetables get stressed by too much sun, too--but spraying a calcium carbonate powder on them can help.
A couple of start-ups say medicinal foods can help world health and be a lifestyle accessory.