A startup PC support service, PC-VIP, has launched in eleven U.S. markets and in two cities in Europe. The company hopes to turn PC support from a variable to a fixed cost, pledging to give support calls all the time they ...
Not only did the middle class of Silicon Valley weather the toughest times during the dot-com bust, they've also had the hardest time recovering, finds a report issued Mar. 29 by Working Partnerships USA, an economic research ...
IPcelerate will bolster Cisco's new UC 500 small-business IP telephony system when it launches four VOIP application packages aimed at specific small vertical businesses.
A British study suggested that consuming even small portions of red meat can increase the risk of breast cancer in older woman by 56 percent.
Ferris State University won the 19th annual U.S. Rube Goldberg Machine Contest that honors imagination, creativity and inefficiency.
High school students are being recruited by Chicago's Field Museum to help excavate a mastodon discovered in Wayne, Ill.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a preliminary rejection of three stem cell patents held by the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
As Intel reaches the 30-year anniversary of its embedded business, it brings quad-core chips into the mix and offers a new telecom server.
Remote exploitation could allow attackers to crash the service or execute malicious code with SYSTEM privileges.
The new school of thought is that there is not just one correct school of thought when it comes to counseling people. In actual practice, therapists mix theories and methods in order to produce best practices for helping ...