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Britain's first hand transplant a success

A British grandfather receiving the country's first hand transplant says he has already gained movement of his fingers following the operation.
China's new Internet policy debated

China's new Internet policy debated

China's new tightened policy requiring real names of Internet and other users when registering has triggered "heated discussion," the official media reported.
Giant galactic 'geysers' of particles seen

Giant galactic 'geysers' of particles seen

Astronomers using a radio telescope in Australia say they've detected monstrous "geysers" of charged particles erupting from the center of our Milky Way galaxy.
Smartphone app helps in restaurant seating

Smartphone app helps in restaurant seating

A smartphone app may make it easier to wait for a table at your favorite restaurant by alerting you by text when it's ready, its U.S. developer said.
Corning to debut tougher Gorilla Glass

Corning to debut tougher Gorilla Glass

Corning Glass says it will introduce a stronger and thinner version of its Gorilla Glass for smartphone and tablet displays in Las Vegas next week.
Mars meteorite has significant water

Mars meteorite has significant water

NASA says a small meteorite, possibly the first discovered from the martian surface, contains 10 times more water than meteorites that later originated on Mars.

Remote island hopes for Internet hookup

Residents of St. Helena in the south Atlantic, one of the world's most remote islands, are asking Britain to help bring broadband Internet to their home.

New location system could compete with GPS

A positioning technology that could compete with satellite-based global positioning systems can work indoors as well as out, its Australian developers say.

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Effort on to save China relics from flood

Archaeologists say they're rushing to collect relics in northwestern China before the area is flooded to store water in a massive water-diversion project.

Google, Yahoo ads are on pirate sites

A report has linked Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. with websites that feature pirated movies, TV shows and music, saying the companies are placing ads on the sites.
Milky Way may have 100 billion planets

Milky Way may have 100 billion planets

U.S. astronomers say a study suggests planets are in fact the cosmic norm and estimate the Milky Way galaxy contains at least 100 billion planets.

2012 Britain's 2nd-wettest year ever

Britain's national weather service says 2012 was the country's second-wettest year on record and extreme rainfall may be increasing.
Ubuntu operating system coming to phones

Ubuntu operating system coming to phones

Ubuntu, the open source Linux-based operating system, has been adapted to run on smartphones as a replacement for Android, its makers say.
Jan. 1 snow cover set U.S. record

Jan. 1 snow cover set U.S. record

Snow coverage in the United States on New Year's Day was the most in 10 years with 67 percent of the 48 contiguous states covered by snow, meteorologists say.
Cup color makes cocoa 'taste' better

Cup color makes cocoa 'taste' better

Experiments have shown how food and drink are served -- even to the color of a serving cup -- can affect the perception of taste, European researchers say.

Dozens of Chinese cities now air reports of pollution levels

Dozens of Chinese cities have begun reporting their air pollution levels as the central government moves to toughen environmental standards, authorities say.
Google exec to travel to North Korea

Google exec to travel to North Korea

It is unclear if North Korean officials will meet with Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt during his planned visit, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Israel to train young 'cyberwarriors'

Israel says it has started a program to teach teenagers to be "interceptors" of cyberattacks by teaching them cyberwarfare techniques.

Hyundai, Kia to go with Google Maps

South Korean car makers Kia and Hyundai have announced partnerships with Google to feature the U.S. search giant's Google Maps in new vehicles.

Calif., Illinois password laws in effect

California and Illinois have made it illegal for employers to demand Facebook or Twitter passwords to access to employees' private information, officials say.
'Spiky' rovers could explore martian moon

'Spiky' rovers could explore martian moon

U.S. researchers say autonomous rovers exploring moons and asteroids could be a significant step toward a human mission to Mars.
'Itching' study could help in drug design

'Itching' study could help in drug design

U.S. researchers say studying nerve cells associated with itching could result in treatments for chronic itching, sometimes caused by life-saving medications.
Explorers to recreate epic 1914 voyage

Explorers to recreate epic 1914 voyage

British and Australian adventurers say they plan to recreate a historic journey of human survival that followed a failed 1914 attempt to cross Antarctica.

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