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Anti-virus makers said playing catch-up

The anti-virus industry is in a constant struggle to stop computer viruses because the creators of malware and other viruses move too quickly, U.S. experts say.

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Comet heads our way for celestial show ... Russia planning railway-mobile ICBMs ... Intel may show set-top TV box in Las Vegas ... Giant pandas could be source of new drugs ... Science and Technology news from UPI.
Giant Australian telescope in galaxy hunt

Giant Australian telescope in galaxy hunt

Two sky surveys dubbed Wallaby and Dingo to be carried out by a giant radio telescope array in Australia could uncover 700,000 more galaxies, astronomers say.

Giant pandas could be source of new drugs

Giant pandas produce a powerful antibiotic in their blood stream that may be a rich source of powerful new drugs, Chinese scientists say.

Ancient coin hoard found in China

Archaeologists in China say they've excavated about 7,700 pounds of ancient coins in northern China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Ghana bans import of second-hand fridges

Ghana officials say they've banned the importation of second-hand refrigerators to reduce energy consumption and protect the environment.
U.S. lists seal species as endangered

U.S. lists seal species as endangered

Ringed and bearded ice seal populations have been listed as endangered species under the U.S. Endangered Species Act, officials said.
Birdwatching in China gives climate clues

Birdwatching in China gives climate clues

The first bird-watching database in China, from five years of observations, shows species moving to higher latitudes and elevations, researchers said.

United Nations mourns Levi-Montalcini

The head of the United Nations food agency has mourned the passing of renowned Italian scientist and physician Rita Levi Montalcini.

Intel may show set-top TV box in Las Vegas

Intel may give consumers a first look at its rumored cable TV set-top box at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week, tech sites are reporting.
Hurricane Sandy blamed for bird deaths

Hurricane Sandy blamed for bird deaths

Florida wildlife officials say Hurricane Sandy may be the reason exhausted and starving seabirds are showing up on the state's beaches.
New nuclear sub ready for Russian navy

New nuclear sub ready for Russian navy

The first of a new class of Russian ballistic missile nuclear submarine is ready to be put into service with the Russian Navy, officials said.
Russia planning railway-mobile ICBMs

Russia planning railway-mobile ICBMs

Russia plans to resume production of railway-based intercontinental ballistic missiles with prototypes to be deployed by 2020, RIA Novosti reported.
Israel highway dig uncovers ancient temple

Israel highway dig uncovers ancient temple

Excavations for a highway renovation in Israel have uncovered rare remains of ritual objects and a 3,000-year-old temple, archaeologists say.

Comet heads our way for celestial show

A newly discovered comet could be the celestial spectacle of a century and light up the skies as bright as a full moon in 2013, its Russian discoverers say.

Survey: Canadians love their smartphones

Sixty-five percent of Canadians say they must have their smartphones, and Internet access, constantly available, a survey indicates.

Almost all U.S. moms to change food buying

Ninety-six percent of U.S. mothers say they plan to make changes to their food-buying habits in 2013, a survey indicates.

Russian rocket launch rescheduled

A postponed Russian rocket launch has been rescheduled for Jan. 15, the Russian Space Forces said.
What's in a name? Everything

What's in a name? Everything

Have you ever sat down for a delicious dish of grilled Patagonian toothfish at your local seafood restaurant? You almost certainly have; you just didn't know it. Which brings us to the point of this article -- it's all about the name.
JIM ALGAR, United Press International

U.N. changes hottest-day-on-record date

The U.N. climate agency has changed the world's hottest day on record from Sept. 13, 1922, in Libya, to July 10, 1913, in California's Death Valley.

Krikorian resigns from Amazon board

Amazon.com board member Blake Krikorian confirmed he is resigning from the Seattle retailer's governance body, saying he has "other things cooking."
Company offers private surveillance drone

Company offers private surveillance drone

A Japanese company says it will offer flying drone surveillance technology, previously restricted to governments and the military, to private security firms.

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Largest Kansas wind farm set to go online

The companies building the largest wind farm in Kansas, with 274 wind turbines, say the array is set to begin producing power.
System will let smartphone control car

System will let smartphone control car

South Korean car maker Hyundai says it's working on a system to allow a driver's smartphone to control many of an automobile's systems.
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