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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.

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.

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.
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.

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.

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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Holiday device activations set record ... Active fault may close Japan nuclear plant ... Fossil forest yields ancient life clues ... System will let smartphone control car ... Science and Technology news from UPI.

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.

Holiday device activations set record

Digital devices were under a lot of Christmas trees this year as a record 17.5 million Apple or Android devices were activated Christmas Day, a report says.

Samsung donates tablets to Detroit school

Samsung says it's given 60 tablet computers to a Detroit school in a program to train teachers and students in the use of mobile devices in the classroom.

Italy: no benefit seen in e-cigarettes

An Italian government report says there is no scientific evidence to suggest electronic cigarettes can be an aid in trying to stop smoking.

Russia to end national phone booth plan

Russia says it is ending a program of equipping every locality nationwide with a phone booth because they cost more than giving everyone a smartphone.
Japanese smartphone for seniors expected

Japanese smartphone for seniors expected

A leading Japanese phones maker says it plans to sell easy-to-use smartphones for seniors in overseas markets.

N. Korean rocket officials possibly fired

A list of North Korean scientists named heroes for taking part in the country's rocket launch earlier this month didn't include two key officials, experts said.

Britain to fund graphene research efforts

Britain's government says it will invest $35 million in research into graphene, considered a miracle material for its strength and electronic properties.
British offshore wind farm near completion

British offshore wind farm near completion

The last wind turbine has been installed in one of the world's largest offshore wind farms located in Britain's Thames Estuary, officials said.

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Apple rumored to be considering an iWatch ... Ancient 'Megapiranha' had strongest bite ... China opens its version of GPS to public ... Antarctic science drill project called off ... Science and Technology news from UPI.

China opens its version of GPS to public

China has opened its domestic satellite navigation network -- previously restricted to the military and government -- to commercial use, officials say.

Apple rumored to be considering an iWatch

The Apple rumor universe is speculating the iPhone, iPod and iPad maker wants to add another device to its arsenal in the form of an iWatch, tech websites say.
NASA, Foursquare offer rover badge

NASA, Foursquare offer rover badge

NASA says Foursquare users can earn a Mars Curiosity Explorer "badge" by liking NASA on Foursquare and checking in at a NASA visitor center.
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