The European Commission plans to announce legislative steps to lower the roaming charges wireless phones users pay for international calls.
New research on Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba), a shrimp-like animal at the heart of the Southern Ocean food chain, reveals behaviour that shows that they absorb and transfer more carbon from the Earth’s surface than ...
Jordan Telecom is reorganizing and integrating management of its telecom, data and wireless operations.
In late January the development team of America's Army, the U.S. Army's free video game for the Mac OS X, Windows and Linux operating systems, arrived in Camp Guernsey for three days of hands-on training and demonstrations ...
Stepping beyond the traditional barriers attributed to a developing country, India is prepared to move ahead and do what it takes to get to the top, say Indian innovators and analysts.
Parenthood is wonderful, joyful, rewarding and depressing. A study by Florida State University professor Robin Simon and Vanderbilt University's Ranae Evenson found that parents have significantly higher levels of depression ...
Scientists say iridescent blue pupfish living at Devil's Hole, a remote Mojave Desert rock outcropping, might become extinct within another year.
Japan's JSAT said Monday it had signed a contract for the launch of a new television satellite next year.
British astronomers say they have, for the first time, determined some of the physical characteristics of dark matter.
The EchoStar X telecommunications satellite is on track for launch Wednesday and will provide television services for DISH Network once in orbit.