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  • In Pictures Tallest towers

    A view of Tokyo Skytree, the world's tallest broadcasting tower at 634 meters (2080 feet), in Tokyo on May 21, 2012. The tower opened to the public on May 22, with hundreds of people entering the tower and its large shopping mall.

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    Will Apple's Siri triumph over its Android counterparts, despite being the oldest of the three virtual assistants?

  • Skydiver jumps 13.6 miles on path to world's highest jump

    The current record is over nineteen miles, but Felix Baumgartner wants to fall nearly 23.  NASA is interested in his feat.

  • In Pictures Tallest towers

    A view of Tokyo Skytree, the world's tallest broadcasting tower at 634 meters (2080 feet), in Tokyo on May 21, 2012. The tower opened to the public on May 22, with hundreds of people entering the tower and its large shopping mall.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 07/23

    A worker scratches his head while talking on the phone as he looks over a sinkhole on Friday in Milwaukee, Wisc. Powerful thunderstorms caused widespread flooding in southern Wisconsin, closing down Milwaukee's airport and opening up a giant sinkhole, and two people were hospitalized after being struck by lightning, authorities said.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 06/28

    A Netherlands fan waits for the start of the 2010 World Cup second round soccer match between Netherlands and Slovakia at Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban, South Africa, on Monday.

  • In Pictures Architectural marvels

    The Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower, is pictured in Dubai on Jan. 3. The Gulf emirate inaugurated on the world's tallest tower, a symbol of its unbridled ambitions of recent years, on Jan. 4 amid continuing fears over cash problems facing the emirate which narrowly escaped a financial catastrophe last month.

  • In Pictures Happy New Year: Welcome 2010

    Three Indian Muslim women enjoy the last sunset of 2009 in the Arabian Sea in Mumbai, India, on Thursday.

  • In China, empty office spaces fill the sky

    In China, empty office spaces fill the sky

    The global credit meltdown and Shanghai's slowing economy are chasing away big-time renters from the world's second-tallest building.

  • China, Taiwan expand ties via trade

    China, Taiwan expand ties via trade

    Beijing's envoy will also discuss financial links and present pandas in historic visit.

  • No feat too minor for Malaysia's record breakers

    No feat too minor for Malaysia's record breakers

    From ultra-long hula hoop sessions to living in a glass cage with scorpions, Malaysians are piling up world's-best titles.