Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has set a taken a New Year resolution to read a book every two weeks this year wherein he has created a page on the social media website "A Year of Books" inviting 30
"Nasa-backed" story which claimed that on 4 January earth will experience the "zero gravity day" when people would be able to float in the air for five minutes has turned out to be a complete hoax.
Tech giant Microsoft's search engine Bing.com and other sites, including live.com, suffered a brief disconnection of about 20 minutes on Friday, as per reports revealed on Twitter and other
NASA has revealed that scores of giant asteroids are on course to hurtle close to Earth before the end of February.
Scientists are targeting cell's 'biological clock' in order to find a way to get rid of cancer cells.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has recently taken responsibility for at least half of all UFO sightings between 1950s-60s, it has been reported.
According to new reports, Sony employees had to resort to older technologies like the Blackberry to keep the work going and used a phone tree to relay messages when the cyberattack on Sony
Google has celebrated the last day of the year 2014 with an animated doodle that gives a re-cap of the year's major events.
An easy access to Google's email service Gmail has been reportedly blocked in China for some time.
The controversial movie The Interview has finally made its debut on iTunes which is available to rent for six dollars or buy for 15 dollars.