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Scientists claimed a breakthrough Thursday toward solving one of the biggest riddles of physics, trapping an "anti-atom" for the first time in a quest to understand what happened to all the antimatter that has vanished since the Big Bang.
Toyota is planning to sell a plug-in hybrid car in the U.S., Japan and Europe in 2012, targeting sales of 50,000 vehicles a year at 3 million yen ($36,000) each without subsidies, as the automaker strengthens its green lineup to keep pace with growing competition.
Scientists say a NASA spacecraft braved a cosmic ice storm during a recent flight past a small comet.
Scientists have discovered the first planet from another galaxy, sort of.
Talk about bad weather.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. has started production at its Oppama, Japan facility for the all-new 100% electric, zero-emission Nissan LEAF, which is slated to go on sale in December in Japan and the United States, and from early 2011, in select markets in Europe.
Whether hauling mountain bikes through mud ruts or groceries and kids through rush hour traffic, the new 2011 Ford Explorer will adapt to peoples' lives more than ever - building on the capability, flexibility and utility that made it America's favorite SUV for two decades.
A comfort and value staple in the minivan segment, the 2011 Kia Sedona returns to the Kia Motors America lineup, stocked with a plethora of convenience amenities and safety features.
Scientists claimed a breakthrough Thursday in solving one of the biggest riddles of physics, successfully trapping the first "anti-atom" in a quest to understand what happened to all the antimatter that has vanished since the Big Bang.