NASA's Magnetic Mission Studies Space Weather
Tel Aviv University bioengineer begins yearlong study in which he'll try to make whole piece of chicken, starting from one cell.
One vendor sells “Apple Smart Watch with Bluetooth Bracelet,” starting from 288 yuan ($45).
Apple Watch is first brand-new device company is launching without founder Steve Jobs, who died in 2011
In a visit to Cambodia last week, Geraldine Richmond told VOA Khmer she was surprised to see how much passion for technology in young Cambodian students.
While supporters applaud rice strain's ability to tackle vitamin A deficiency, critics insist more research is needed before it's ready for consumption.
When people do make remittances, receivers cash them in, limiting mobile money's potential to become true medium of exchange.
Controversial type of in-vitro fertilization could prevent mothers from passing inherited health problems.
Worried about protecting yourself from hackers? Here's a few basic steps you can take right now to keep the bad guys at bay.
Ministers say effort will help authorities identify and dismantle online messages of hate from groups such as Islamic State.
The panel was organized by the Voice of America and USAID, in an effort to advance health policy worldwide.
Winning the inaugural VXW Award means the women will get assistance to further promote their efforts on smartphones and online.
New research shows suspending Twitter accounts of Islamic State, its supporters has been effective; group, its backers are facing 'significant pressure,' says terrorism expert.
Malaysia Airlines is trying to recover from twin disasters last year.
Stretchable synthetic skin that can register heat, pressure and moisture is designed for prosthetic limbs and humanoid robots.
Recent surveys reveal positive trends that some analysts say could lead to broader American acceptance of Chinese-branded goods.
The grip on Internet freedom in China has tightened once again, with Google's Gmail largely inaccessible for a fourth day.
Biggest achievement of 2014 came in later half of year, when Rosetta launched a probe named Philae that made the first soft landing on a comet.
A Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Beijing would not reach any conclusions without having 'enough facts'.
For second time in less than two weeks, country arrests another prominent blogger as part of what critics see as an ongoing crackdown on dissent.
Orion capsule, intended to take US astronauts back to the moon and beyond, splashed down in Pacific Ocean
A new survey shows that Internet freedom has declined around the world for the fourth consecutive year, as a growing number of countries impose various forms of online censorship and monitoring practices. Rights group Freedom House on Thursday issued an annual report that says more people are being
Detention of Hong Le Tho, better known as blogger 'Nguoi Lot Gach,' follows a sharp increase in arrests and prison terms for government critics in past few years.
Cambodia currently has more than 1 million Facebook subscribers, who share news on politics, the economy and entertainment, contributing to vibrant online debates.
Aviation experts call for more emphasis on pilot training after crash that killed 49 passengers and crew.
The ambassador has proven willing to tackle tough topics in Cambodia’s fractious political climate.
Human-factors expert to probe why co-pilot prematurely unlocked a pivoting tail section of the ship during a test flight.
So-called Ricketts Apple-1 Personal Computer is the only known surviving Apple-1 documented as having been sold directly by Steve Jobs.
US-led project will provide satellite imagery to the region's governments documenting changing conditions to help communities more effectively deal with natural disasters.
Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura win for inventing a new energy efficient , environmentally friendly light source, the LED.
Cambodia has nearly 3 million Internet users, most of whom go online via their mobile phones.
Netropolitan, described by some as an on-line country club, is a space where folks who can afford a $6,000 initiation fee and a $3,000 annual membership can mingle, privately.
Even the night before phones' Friday debut, nearly 70 people were waiting in line in front of the Apple store in downtown San Francisco.
Some Chinese teenagers are so addicted to online games that they wear diapers to avoid bathroom breaks.
The service starts early in the morning and ends at 8:30 pm, charging passengers 1,500 riel per ticket.
Mann Sophal says hydroponic farming is easier than traditional farming, but it does require some know-how about the equipment and the water.
Wildlife conservation officials say the practice of serving wild meat in Cambodia is endangering many of its animals, along with other forms of trafficking.
The draft law, on which work started two years ago, has assumed increasing relevance since July's general election.
In interviews with VOA Khmer, media experts said more funding of that sector could help prevent such errors in the future.
The law will affect many of Cambodia’s younger generation, who go online often and use social media as a major means of communication.