Researchers from Italy's Bolzano University say they believe Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun died from an infection caused by a sword cut.
Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology have demonstrated the use of an ultrafast laser "frequency comb" system for improved remote measurements of distance and vibration. The technology, described ...
Samsung Electronics announced that it has developed a 1.72-inch super-reflective (SR) LCD screen that can be read easily outdoors even when the sun is shining brightly. The reflectance rate for the new transflective SR LCD ...
Europe and India are teaming up to build a new telecommunications satellite that will provide various services to about half of the world starting in 2008.
Microsoft said Thursday it will set up an Internet safety education system together with i-SAFE America, a non-profit Internet safety foundation.
XM Radio announced today that it will launch "GRAMMY Radio," a dedicated channel providing unmatched coverage of GRAMMY week events.
The Federal Communications Commission will auction advanced wireless service (AWS) licenses for the United States in late June.
Nortel's decision to tie up with China's Huawei Technologies to develop broadband access is seen as a good deal for the Canadian telecommunications group. Yet some industry analysts are questioning whether the same could ...
Australian scientists say they are baffled by the mass deaths of thousands of eels for the second consecutive summer in Victoria.
Global shipments of mobile handsets in 2005 fell 16.7 percent from a year ago to 7.5 million units, a study found Thursday.