Even though the train was careening around a curve, Amanda Swanson felt the wreck in slow motion. She added that all seven passenger cars jumped the tracks. The windows of the coaches broke out. Then gravel came flying up in our faces.
Tiny little robots which can fly both like helicopters and insects but not yet like jellyfish.
Two dinosaurs thought to have been secured battle when they ceased to exist are to be sold in New York one week from now.
The 17-metre fossilised skeletons were discovered on a Montana farm in 2006 and are required to arrive at up to $9m (£5.6m).
Nowadays, people rely mostly on junk food rather than healthy nutritional food. This is because it adds taste to their tongue, but they are unaware of the fact that they give birth to various health diseases.
Researchers said during a joint conference last week that this could be an opportunity to make fresh scientific discoveries.
The conference included top 300 physicians and veterinarians in New York City, including medical "rounds" by the two teams at the Bronx Zoo.
This effort will launch a mixing up of these two different topic.
The New York Times has revealed in a recent report the tech giant Apple has admitted that some units of its latest high-end handset, the iPhone 5s, are affected by battery issues. The problem is apparently rooted in a manufacturing flaw, as a result of which some iPhone 5s units have a shortened battery life and take longer charging times.
NYU Langone Medical Center was forced to shift its patients because its basement was overflowing with storm water. In the same hospital, Donovan's three week old son, William was recovering from heart surgery.
The asteroid detection and deflection have been discussed at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City in a recent event. The astronauts and cosmonauts have flown for three different space agencies i. e. the United States, Russia and Japan.
On Friday, Twitter's CEO Dick Costolo and chief financial officer Mike Gupta met potential investors in New York, ahead of the company's IPO roadshow which gets underway next week and will run probably through early November.
The two creatives, Michele Jaret and Michelle Lamont, thought of the social media meme as a method for getting ladies to ponder bosom growth and getting a mammogram. Lamont has recuperated from bosom malignancy.
It seems something bad for the small children as well as their mothers. Mothers should not spank their children in their early stages of their lives; this may lead to more aggression among them.
A journal Science-published study has unveiled that sleep is vital for body. It has been said so as when a person is asleep, then such changes take place in brain that eliminate disease and take out waste.
The sports supplement is becoming a huge hit and more expensive following a report which said that there was a chemical present in it which was similar to methamphetamine.
Researchers said that test results on the popular sports supplement called Craze, raises important health and regulatory concerns.
A new footage of the creature sleeping in the Kentucky woods has been presented this week along with various blood and hair samples. The Sasquatch Genome Project says these evidences tell about the creature's existence.
The project was led by Ketchum during the course of five year study. Ketchum's credibility is being challenged by New York University.
In a recently sent out message, T-Mobile has revealed that it is continuing "the #UnCarrier Revolution" with another event which is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, October 9, at Bryant Park, New York.
At the forthcoming event, T-Mobile will announce "UnCarrier 3.0," or the "third phase" of its plans to shake up the wireless industry.
According to a report, York's top prosecutor is preparing a lawsuit against Wells Fargo, as the nation's largest home lender has been accused of flouting the terms of a multibillion-dollar settlement aimed at stanching foreclosure abuses.
According to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report, the state of New York has plans underway to reduce car accidents which are caused due to the motorists' distraction because of `texting.'
The electric and gas utility company, National Grid was condemned for its presentation in superstorm Sandy. The firm has agreed to pay $4.8 million as settlement to pay as compensation for the damages done to its staff.
On Monday, Iran issue came to the fore as the important topic of the annual General Debate of the UN General Assembly in New York.
The list of concern included topics such as the conflict between Israeli-Palestinian conflict, climate change and cyber-spying.
At a Monday event in New York, Microsoft unveiled updates to its Surface tablet computers; introducing its new Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 tablets. Both the refreshed Surface tablet models boast touch-screen keyboards, like other standard tablets, but they work best when they are attached to an optional cover that features a keyboard on the inside.
- Finnish startup Jolla Oy launches its self-titled Jolla headset in Europe
- HTC to launch dual-SIM variant of flagship HTC One handset in UK
- Nokia quietly unveils Lumia 525 Windows Phone 8 smartphone
- Acer unveils its first touchscreen Chromebook – the $300-priced C720P
- Microsoft’s launch-day sales of Xbox One surpass 1 million units