In France, fossil fuels are staying in the ground—it's the law.
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This is what life is like when there's an independent bookstore lobby.
French regulators are sick of getting the Google-run around and they're putting their pieds down.
Was it life imitating art? "It could not have been more daring," say police.
A reminder that airborne robotics can do much more than violate your rights
Hours after a highly-anticipated album gets leaked online, what can possibly be said about it?
Not only that, teenage girls between the ages of 15-18 will have the option for free and anonymous birth control.
The upside of establishing a new tax on data mining isn't immediately apparent, but it's there.
And so we are hurtled into a little feedback loop of pre-apocalypstic 1980s nostalgia.
French bitcoin exchange Paymium says it plans to regulate and institutionalize the crypto-currency with Bitcoin Central.
Quantum mechanics took the Nobel Prize for physics this year, as the duo of Serge Haroche of France and David Wineland of the U.S. were awarded this morning for a body of work that in part showed how to observe individual quantum particles.
It's Jules Verne's 184th birthday, and to this day, there are very few people as completely bad-ass as him. We put together five crazy things you didn't know about him, five incredible actual titles of novels he wrote, and five awesome quotations of
_Instead of blowing out a hundred birthday candles, IBM commemorates each year by the degree to which their new phase change memory trumps flash memory_ h3. ONE: IBM develops 'instantaneous' memory, 100x faster than flash ("Engadget":http://www.en…
_Sometimes there is beauty in tragedy. Killing your child for a video game isn't one of those times._ h3. ONE: Apple hires iPhone jailbreak notification developer for iOS team ("Apple Insider":http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/11/06/03/apple_hi…
Ones and Zeros 5/23/11: France Says 'Oui Oui' for Internet Manners, Black-Holes Bare All in New Photo Shoot
_History has such a limited return on investment. Nothing we can learn from it, no ways to improve upon it. It's for the best that those insomniacs who were archiving the world's newspapers for the last five years can call it quits. Let's just get so…