Verizon FIOS will start letting customers opt in -- and out -- of the cable channels they get as part of their pay television service -- the first move by a major provider toward a la carte service.
Colleen Slevin, Associated Press | posted Apr 18th - 3:33pm
Scientists are working to pinpoint the source of a giant mass of methane hanging over the southwestern U.S., which a study found to be the country's largest concentration of the greenhouse gas.
Samantha Bresnahan, CNN | posted Apr 17th - 8:31pm
Sleep apnea can stop you breathing for up to a minute while you sleep — and it can happen hundreds of times a night.
David Goldman, CNN | posted Apr 17th - 12:47pm
Instagram is easing up on its no-nipple policy, but insists it will still scrub kiddie bathtub pictures from the site.
Natalie Crofts | posted Apr 17th - 11:52am
A bone-eating worm is responsible for the lack of prehistoric marine fossils, according to a new study.
Todd Leopold, CNN | posted Apr 16th - 8:32pm
Do you believe in forgiveness? Maybe in person — but in the Internet era, it's so easy to pile on and destroy people.
Kent Larson, KSL.com Contributor | posted Apr 16th - 11:45am
A Georgian grandmaster of chess made his last move when he was caught cheating using a stashed iPhone in a bathroom stall and is now banned or "canned" by the officials of the Dubai Open 2015.
Natalie Crofts | posted Apr 15th - 11:59am
Blocking an immune cell in the brain could prevent memory loss related to Alzheimer's, according to a study published Wednesday.
Don Melvin, CNN | posted Apr 15th - 10:35am
A new study is showing that acetaminophen, which is the main ingredient in Tylenol and is in about 600 other medicines, lowers pain, but also lowers pleasure.
Hope King, CNN | posted Apr 15th - 9:22am
Ownership is passť. Everything from jewelry and watches, to toys and clothing can now be rented.
Virginia Harrison | posted Apr 14th - 6:34pm
Companies are struggling to fend off cyber attacks as hackers get faster, sneakier and more creative.
Kent Larson, KSL.com Contributor | posted Apr 14th - 11:59am
No, it's not a speck in Mighty Mouse's eye. The Michigan Micro Mote is the world's smallest computer, being smaller than a grain of rice. It's science fiction becoming reality.
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