Players of Pokemon Go, the new mobile gaming phenomenon, can help protect real species while hunting down fictitious creatures, as one Belgian zoo has demonstrated.
The Israeli military has forbidden soldiers from playing the mobile phone game Pokemon Go at military bases, a spokesman said Thursday.
Pokemon Go, a new smartphone app, has taken the US by storm as young adults and teenagers use the game to explore their neighborhoods and make new friends. But it also can create safety risks if...
Hundreds of thousands of Indians performed yoga postures, breathing exercises and meditation across towns and cities as the country marked the second International Day of Yoga on Tuesday.
Climbers stranded in mountainous areas of Nepal often have only one hope for reaching safety: helicopter rescue.
Nepali climber Lhakpa Sherpa became the first woman to make seven ascents of Mount Everest, local media reported Saturday.
Nineteen climbers, including two critically injured, were being rescued after they were stranded in the central mountains of Nepal in bad weather, a tour company said Saturday.
Foreign climbers reached the top of Everest Thursday, with their route mapped out by Nepali guides, after a two-year pause in expeditions due to deadly accidents.
Climbers are ready to tackle the world's highest peak again after two years' hiatus due to fatal disasters on the mountain.
A man from the Rhineland is set to receive a record 76.8-million-euro (85.8-million-dollar) lottery jackpot, the largest win in German lottery history.
International Go champion Lee Sedol notched up his first victory Sunday in a five-game tournament against an artificial intelligence programme, marking a faint hurrah for humanity over machine....
Lee Sedol, a professional player of the Chinese board game Go, apologized Saturday after a Google computer programme won its third straight match, ensuring the artificial intelligence (AI)...
Computer programme AlphaGo won its third game in a row Saturday, ensuring it of victory in the landmark five-game machine-versus-human contest in the board game Go.
A Google software programme has won the second game in a landmark contest against a South Korean champion in the board game Go.
A Google software programme has drawn first blood in the latest contest between man and machine, winning the first of five planned games against a South Korean champion in the boardgame Go.