Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter
Top News

Laser-driven system for creating fusion power now within reach

Sydney - Scientists have been searching for over 60 years for a way to produce large-scale sustainable energy by nuclear fusion of hydrogen and other very light nuclei similar to the energy source of the sun, but there may be a better way.

Op-Ed: Litecoin creator Lee warns about the risks of buying litecoin

Recently the price of litecoin a smaller competitor of bitcoin, and in many ways similar, shared in the meteoric rise of its big brother. Its price more than doubled from Sunday Dec. 10 to over $300 on Tuesday morning.

Chinese dissident's widow sends desperate letter

Bejing - Friends of the late Chinese democracy advocate and Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo voiced concern about his widow's health on Thursday after she sent a letter showing signs of deep depression.

Internet traffic redirected through Russia in 'suspicious' event

Traffic to some of the world's top web services was briefly routed through an "unused" ISP in Russia this week. Researchers have described the unexplained event as "suspicious" and "intentional." Facebook, Google and Microsoft were amongst those impacted.

Microsoft announces preview of AI-powered health chatbot system

Microsoft's launched a private preview of a new AI-powered health chatbot system. The company said intelligent healthcare assistants could "empower" users to access medical info from their smartphone, cutting the time and cost of obtaining healthcare.

Lindsey Stirling talks new video, Christmas album, Mark Ballas Special

Acclaimed violinist Lindsey Stirling chatted with Digital Journal about her new music video for "Angels We Have Heard on High."

Trump signs defense bill that warns of dangers of climate change

Washington - On Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed the $700 billion National Defense Authorization Act, setting policy for the US military for the coming fiscal year. The bill also states that climate change is a major threat to U.S. national security.

Review: ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ is what fans didn’t know they wanted Special

‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ is a formidable second chapter in the trilogy that embraces the conflict of the past, present and future of the characters and the galaxy.

Alberta's first renewable energy auction sets new low for wind

Alberta - The government of Alberta, Canada, home to the world's third-largest oil reserves, on Wednesday actioned off 595 megawatts of renewable energy capacity to be built in the province, exceeding the government's target of 400 megawatts.

David Robinson of The Cars talks Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Special

Cleveland - David Robinson, the drummer of the iconic rock group, The Cars, chatted with Digital Journal about their forthcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April of 2018.

Putin, Trump discuss N Korea in phone call

Washington - Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump discussed the crisis over North Korea's nuclear program in a phone call Thursday, in which the US president took the unusual step of thanking his Russian counterpart for praising America's economy.

Murdoch's leaner Fox machine post-Disney deal

New York - Rupert Murdoch's decision to sell off the bulk of 21st Century Fox leaves him with a leaner, tighter media machine focused on broadcast news and sports, a drastic retrenchment after half a century of expansion.

Catalan separatists, in uncharted waters, keep the faith

Barcelona - Voters like David Hornos drove separatist parties to success in Catalonia's last election in 2015, giving them an absolute majority of seats in the Spanish region's parliament for the first time.

Apple launches new iMac Pro, the 'most powerful' Mac ever

Apple has officially launched its new iMac Pro. The workstation PC is aimed at designers, professionals and power users looking for exceptional performance. It follows a series of lacklustre pro-focused Apple launches which the company's now addressing.

Digital transformation in telecoms to create agile 'open telcos'

Telecoms operators are embracing digital transformation and technological change to develop new networks and improve the customer experience. The telecoms industry is in a leading-edge position for connectivity as businesses start to demand cloud tech.

Pangolin traffickers opening up new routes: study

Kuala Lumpur - Pangolin smugglers are constantly opening up new routes to evade law enforcement agencies, a study showed Friday, highlighting the challenge of tackling the trade in the world's most heavily trafficked mammal.

Catalan demands anger voters in other Spanish regions

Madrid - A long-running conflict between Madrid and Barcelona over Catalonia's independence drive is annoying voters in the rest of Spain who feel their concerns are being neglected."I am sick of hearing about Catalonia.

Chile election likely to be decided by small margin

Santiago - The winner of Chile's presidential run-off election on Sunday could be decided by a relatively small group of voters following a surge of left wing enthusiasm in Latin America's fifth-biggest economy.

Fur flies in Hollywood as Disney goes Fox hunting

Los Angeles - The Walt Disney Co. acquisition of a large chunk of 21st Century Fox is expected to reshape the filmmaking landscape, uniting two of the "big six" Hollywood studios under one umbrella for the first time.

Violence breaks out at protest against Argentina pension reform

Buenos Aires - A trade union-organized march in Buenos Aires descended into violence Thursday, with thousands of protesters clashing with police as they demanded lawmakers reject a controversial pension reform plan.
  1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 84 Next»

RSS RSS for Top News