Tobacco virus could boost battery life tenfold

Researchers at the University of Maryland have used a virus that attacks plants to build a new type of lithium-ion battery which promises a tenfold in

OpenLeaks, Competitor WikiLeaks, will be launched Monday

Some former co-worker Julian Assange WikiLeaks founder plans to launch a new Web site WikiLeaks competitor, who has been criticized by the United Stat

Assange: WikiLeaks ‘fearlessly publishing facts’

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange defends the publication of secret U.S. documents in an editorial published online early Wednesday by The Australian n

U.S. will hold World Press Freedom Day next May.

U.S. state department spokesperson P. J. Crowley announced that the U.S. govt. has won the right to host "World Press Freedom Day". The event will be

Wikileaks To Keep Going Without Assange

In perhaps the least surprising development in the Wikileaks saga, the shadow army will continue its high-tech samizdat campaign even while founder J

UK cops may arrest WikiLeaks founder Assange for rape

London The lawyer for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says he is arranging for British police to question the man who unleashed a tidal wave of secre

Hitler’s car gift to Nepal king to be used again

KATHMANDU – A car said to have been a gift from Adolf Hitler to a Nepali king will be repaired and used to drive visitors around the grounds of a pa

Should you wait to buy a tablet?

The hype around tablets is deafening this year--but is it really the right time to buy one? It's a good question (and a loaded one), so let's get to t