Where dead airplanes come back to life

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CNN) Wings clipped, noses cut off, stripped down to the bone, these old birds will never fly again. But the giant hangar at the home of Tarmac Aerosave more…

How to browse the web anonymously

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Yahoo!Shopping) Think your online activities are private? Think again. Not only are your surfing sessions tracked by websites, search engines and social networks, but often your Internet service more…

Fix your Internet security – now!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Wall Street Journal) A few years ago I had to hack a couple of family email accounts after the passwords were lost. It took a few weeks, but more…

Will you lose Internet July 9 due to virus?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CBC) — On July 9, thousands of Canadians and hundreds of thousands of people worldwide could be without access to the internet after the FBI shuts down temporary more…

Obamacare taxes: 'Massive transfer of wealth'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [jwplayer lNuCrjga] The individual health insurance mandate survived a major court challenge last week when Chief Justice John Roberts declared it could exist as a tax. While President more…

Now the IRS gets audited

by Chelsea Schilling -- The federal agency that strikes fear into many U.S. taxpayers is getting a dose of its own medicine – as it is now the focus of a year-long more…

More eerie 'ghost cities' popping up

by Chelsea Schilling -- Why is China constructing large, well-designed "ghost cities" that are completely devoid of people? Now, the BBC reports a giant new Chinese-built city has been spotted in Africa more…

Home demolished due to garage in wrong spot

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (ABCNEWS.GO) — The new Southampton, N.Y., home of Eric and Margaret Friedberg was almost half completed when they decided to tear it down and start over because the more…

GM abandons forecast of 45,000 Volts

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (DETROITNEWS) — General Motors Co. said it sold 1,760 plug-in hybrid Chevrolet Volt vehicles in June, double what it sold in June 2011. In the first half of more…

Now Mammoth Lakes files for bankruptcy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (LATIMES) — The High Sierra town of Mammoth Lakes said Monday that it filed for bankruptcy because it cannot afford to pay a $43-million breach-of-contract judgment against it more…