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Google Street View lets you time-travel into the past

As of today, Google has begun rolling out a new feature for Street View, the component of Google Earth and Google Maps that lets you view places as if you were actually there, that allows you to travel back in time and view the place in the past.

Crimea sets clocks to Moscow time

Simferopol - Clocks in Crimea and Moscow struck midnight at the same time after the Russian-speaking peninsula jumped Saturday into the timezone of its new masters.

Jobs cuts at Time Inc. ahead of spinoff

New York - Magazine publisher Time Inc. is cutting staff and consolidating operations ahead of a spinoff as an independent company, according to an internal memo.

Wildlife activists outraged at TIME’s cover story this month Special

The cover of this month’s issue of TIME depicts a young female deer below the headline “America’s Pest Problem.” The wildlife activist community is in an uproar over the article many see as factually inaccurate and something more fit for an op-ed

Fight AIDS by donating your unused smartphone time

Want to fight AIDS without shelling out a single penny? Seems too good to be true? So what's the catch? This interesting concept lies within fighting AIDS by installing World Community Grids' application on your smartphone.

Super accurate new atomic clock revealed

The World’s newest atomic clock began operating this week. It is so accurate that it loses only one second every 50 billion years. That's something to set your watch by.

TIME publishes Obama prom photos, yearbook message

TIME published exclusive photos of a 17-year-old Barack Obama celebrating his high school prom in Hawaii. Obama wrote in schoolmate Kelli Allman's yearbook: "You are extremely sweet and foxy."

Sad, spectacular time-lapse animation shows human impact on Earth

In only 30 years, great glaciers have retreated and a lake that was once the world’s fourth largest has all but dried up. For the first time ever, the human impact on the face of earth as seen from space is on full view, and it is not a pretty picture.

Newsweek's final edition cover revealed

Newsweek, the 80-year-old US current affairs magazine, has revealed the image that will grace the cover of its last-ever print edition.

TIME releases list of nominations for 'Person of the Year 2012'

New York - Sandra Fluke, President Barack Obama, Malala Yousafzai and Curiosity rover have all been listed on TIME magazine's "Person of the Year" nominations for 2012. Voting will close on Dec. 12 and the winner will be announced Dec. 14.

Op-Ed: Apple Changes Time With $21M Payment For Clock Design

How much would you pay for a watch? Maybe up to $500 for a nice shiny and expensive one. However, this may not be the case with Apple.

Study: Canadians reportedly spending less time on mobile devices

Toronto - Canadians are technology enthusiasts, but as they continue their love affair with all things smartphones, tablets and e-readers, the amount of time using these devices is less frequent than compared to a year ago, a new study says.

CNN, Time suspend Fareed Zakaria for plagiarism

TIME Magazine and CNN suspended TV host and columnist Fareed Zakaria Friday after he publicly apologized to Jill Lepore for plagiarizing sections of an essay she wrote for the April 23 issue of The New Yorker.

Timekeepers adding 'Leap second', will make this weekend longer

Paris - Are you excited for the weekend? After a busy work week, who isn't? Good news: it will be longer, but only by one second. International timekeepers are adding the “leap second” this weekend because the Earth is slowing down.

Spanish scientists say time is running out

New research by scientists in Spain suggests that rather than the universe expanding, as is generally believed, time is gradually slowing down and will eventually stop altogether.

Time magazine cover features boy, 3, sucking on mother's nipple

Time went risque with its cover this week, displaying a photo of a mother allowing her three-year-old boy to suckle from her breast. The cover photo refers to the main article on extreme parenting titled "The Man Who Remade Motherhood."

Leap second: The world’s nations want more time to decide

A decision about whether to abolish the leap second – an extra second added to world time – for January 2018 has been deferred by the world’s nations.

'The Protester' is Time magazine's 2011 Person of the Year

New York - Time has chosen its 2011 Person of the Year: The Protester. With numerous uprisings occurring in the Middle East, the Occupy Wall Street engulfing North America and Tibetans defending their way of life, the protester is now an iconic symbol.

Radiation in Fukushima parks, schoolyards limits playtime

Fukushima schools limit outdoor recess time and city implements a one-hour time limit on playground use due to radiation threat to children. Soil removed from school grounds has no place to go.

SNL's Julian Assange contrasts himself from Facebook's Zuckerberg

Late-night skit show 'Saturday Night Live' portrayed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as a man seeking contrast with Time magazine's Person of the Year, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg.

Time magazine names Mark Zuckerberg 2010 'Person of the Year'

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of the social media giant Facebook, is Time magazine's 2010 Person of the Year. He beat out the runners-up Julian Assange and the Tea Party.

Man spots 'time traveller' in Charlie Chaplin film

A man in Ireland has spotted something which he suggests might be a time traveller in the footage included with the DVD release of Charlie Chaplin's 1928 film, The Circus.

Astrophysicists: Time, universe will end in 3.7 billion years

Washington - A team of United States and Japanese astrophysicists have concluded that there is a 50 percent chance that the Earth, our galaxy, the universe and time itself will end in 3.7 billion years.

Op-Ed: Why Time's paywall strategy is better than the competition's

Many online publishers are toying with the idea of paywalls, where readers pay to consume content or are given a few pages free before being asked to fork over cash to continue reading. Here's why Time's approach is better than the rest.

Ohio coroner's office cremates wrong toddler

Columbus - An Ohio Coroner's Office once again mixed up two bodies. Grieving parents, who had picked out a white tuxedo to bury their son were visited by the Coroner Sunday and given the devastating news "their baby boy had mistakenly been cremated."

Doctor Who meets Boy George for an onscreen biopic kiss

Douglas Booth, who recently starred as Boy George in a BBC film about the Culture Club singer’s early life and career, and Doctor Who star Matt Smith are to star together in a new film about the writer Christopher Isherwood.

Daylight Savings Time makes March a messy month

Tomorrow is the start date for Daylight Saving Time (DST) in most of Europe, the Russian Federation and Turkey. Not having the same start and end dates everywhere makes March a rather messy month for timekeeping, international calls and appointments.

TIME Person of the Year: Ben Bernanke

Federal Reserve Chairman receives the nod from Time magazine for 2009 Person of the Year. Time editor refers to the Federal Reserve as "the most power, least understood government force shaping our lives."

Rachel McAdams heads for the heart in The Time Traveler's Wife Special

After wooing movie-goers in cinematic love stories like The Notebook, actress Rachel McAdams is back to break more hearts in The Time Traveler’s Wife. The Canadian-born beauty discusses her role in creating another timeless & classic big screen romance.

Showtime Super Six World Boxing Classic to Start in October

The Showtime super middleweight tournament that was announced last week by the American television network Showtime and German promotional company Sauerland Event will start on October 17 and continue in 2010 with semi-finals and finals in spring 2011.
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