US and European researchers have named the Nebulae system at the National Supercomputing Centre in Shenzhen in southern China the world's second-fastest machine, clocking in behind the US Department of Energy's Jaguar in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Ford Motor Company is considering the elimination of its Mercury brand automobiles and SUV's.
Ahead of the British election, embattled Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown visited working-class Rochdale and was caught calling a life-long Labour voter a "bigot." The gaffe spotlights voter anger over welfare policies in a town with the highest concentration of the unemployed in Britain.
A conservative activist says hippies-turned-boomers are responsible for excessive spending, the mortgage crisis, and recklessness on Wall Street. He tells the story in his film, 'Generation Zero.'
Google Chrome for Mac requires a fairly new computer – is Google ignoring too large a swath of users?
The sale of GM's European unit to a Canadian-Russian consortium could help diversify Russia's energy-focused economy.
This haunting glimpse of women in wartime is based on a diary written by a journalist, who was one of the thousands raped in the wake of the Red Army invasion.
The $2,000 vehicle, launched Monday, targets millions of Indians who up to now couldn't afford more than a motorbike.
More and more permit them to travel on state roads where speed limits are low.