The maximum time an athlete is able to continue climbing to exhaustion may be the only determinant of his/her performance. A new European study, led by researchers from the University of Granada, the objective ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- The Cornell Center for Advanced computing has deployed A 512-core parallel cluster running the scientific language MATLAB as an experimental resource on the TeraGrid.
Despite a massive global research effort, many basics of Alzheimer's disease onset remain elusive. This has hampered development of treatments effective during the earliest stages of the disease, when prevention is most likely.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Few elderly homeowners are forced to move from their homes because of property tax increases, according to a new study from a University of Wisconsin-Madison public affairs researcher and economists at the ...
(AP) -- The company behind the magicJack, the cheap Internet phone gadget heavily promoted on TV, has made a new version of the device that allows free calls from cell phones in the home.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Dartmouth researchers Daniel Graham, James M. Hughes, and Dan Rockmore are combining their expertise in brain science, computer science, and mathematics to analyze a series of drawings from ...
Samsung Electronics today introduced its new S-Series of full HD digital camcorders, the world’s first to include built-in Wi-Fi and DLNA connectivity.
(PhysOrg.com) -- New research aims to create search-engine software that can learn from users by noticing which links they click and how they reformulate their queries when the first results don't pay off.
Problem gamblers are being created at a rate of almost one for every new poker machine introduced, new research has found.
The lagging economy is hurting Massachusetts' vaunted life-sciences industry, and might especially hinder the development of new drugs, according to a report released today by MIT researchers.
When a Redwood City company called Codexis disclosed Monday that it had filed documents in preparation of a Wall Street offering, some people said, "Co-who?"
The battle for the shrinking American budget is moving online this year with a vengeance.
The Samsung Omnia II smart phone with Windows Mobile 6.5 on Verizon Wireless is as dependable and exciting as a McDonald's burger.