U.S. scientists have identified a new class of compounds that could be used in drugs to treat various cognitive disorders.
An Arizona man with tuberculosis is being kept in a hospital jail ward for going out in public without a mask and not taking his medication.
Restrictions on Beijing motorists during a three-day period last November significantly reduced smog and airborne pollutants.
Microsoft releases the first public beta of BizTalk Server 2006 R2 and SAP showcases its RFID Product Tracking and Authentication application at the RFID Journal Live conference.
The new version of Tivoli Storage Manager extends to support Microsoft SharePoint environments, which lack backup and restore capabilities.
The long-awaited N75 flip-phone is the first 3G Symbian phone for a US carrier.
The free upgrade for T-Mobile Dash is a no-brainer for Dash users, and cements the Dash's place as T-Mobile's premier Windows Mobile phone.
Apple has fixed a bad QuickTime security flaw exposed at a recent security conference.
On Maui, the 68-mile Hana highway often takes several hours to complete. The road toward the HANA home-networking spec appears just as grueling. The promise? Just one remote control. Really.
The security vendor says server-side polymorphic malware exploded across e-mail during the first quarter of 2007, with attackers exploiting the vulnerabilities of traditional anti-virus tools.
Working at a large IT shop is a completely different experience than working at smaller counterparts, finds a new report from Forrester.
The Apple CEO's latest post outlines Apple's plans to become environmentally friendlier through safer display technology and an expanded iPod recycling program.
Manufacturers support their own products. But what to do when you're trying to make them work with something else? A new support site, Supportal.com, promises help for both the home and office.