Utah may bring back the firing squad due to the lack of lethal injection chemicals.
Apple's iPhone 5 battery replacement program has been extended to January 2016 due to delays in the reporting faulty batteries. Faulty batteries are ones which have a much shorter life or take many more charges then normal.
Indianapolis passed a "Homeless Bill of Rights" which frees a homeless person from discrimination against the police, public workers and hospitals.
Florida's Department of Environmental Protection is being investigated after firing an employee that used the phrase "climate change" in their memo. The DEP also does not allow the phrases "global warming" or "sustainability" in any emails, reports, or official communications.
Researchers at the University of Illinois have created a machine that can automate the assembly of small molecules. This machine could be used to speed up the research of medications or electronics.
A group of Cornell researchers built a "realistic" model of a zombie outbreak. The best place to be would be isolation.
In London the BBC is giving 1 million micro computers, similar to a raspberry pi, to schools in an encouragement to learn how to program computers.
The German Commerzbank has paid nearly $1.5 billion to settle US criminal and civil investigations.
Google now allows you to learn how to make a drink through their search engine.
Panda Software makes antivirus software and in one of their latest updates, they accidentally marked their own system files as malicious. A fix was soon released.