Apple is testing a 1.5-inch OLED display for its rumored smart watch and may have ordered an initial iWatch production run, a Taiwanese newspaper says.
With rumors of so-called smart watches coming to market, U.S. researchers say they're trying to figure a way to type on the tiny screens of such devices.
A British supermarket chain owned by Walmart said it had recalled corned beef that was found to have traces of a veterinary medicine meant for horses.
Easter is a celebration of springtime rebirth -- a good time to enumerate reasons for optimism and the tasks necessary to accomplish America's potential.
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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.
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.
The first man on the moon, the first American woman in space and Neil Armstrong, a national hero after becoming the first man to set foot on the moon, died at age 82. His family called him a loving family man and "a reluctant American hero who always believed he was just doing his job."
Stocks start higher Monday ... Economists see 2013 economic, job growth ... Sprint, Clearwire, agree to $2.2B deal ... New York manufacturing slows further ... News from United Press International.
Sprint Nextel, the third largest U.S. telecommunications service said Monday it had agreed to buy the portion of Clearwire that it did not yet own.