In the realm of copyright conflicts, only the skirmishes change; the core issues remain the same. Several years after its heightened battle against music-file swapping over peer-to-peer sharing networks, the Recording Industry ...
Oil prices continue to go up, and there is growing concern about inflation putting a damper on economic growth across the globe. Yet while it may be easy enough to be wary of global growth prospects, the electronics industry ...
Modern technology, including aircraft and aerial photography, have reportedly helped locate a series of ancient tombs in Italy's mountainous Abruzzo area.
Illinois state officials say they are thrilled by the mysterious deaths of thousands of invasive Asian carp in the Illinois River last week.
Biology professor Dr. Joe Quattro, collaborating with Dr. Jim Grady at the University of New Orleans and Dr. Trey Driggers with the National Marine Fisheries Service, has discovered a genetically distinct species of the hammerhead ...
The global appetite for multi-functioning mobile phones is showing no signs of slowing down, a research group found Thursday.
Arguments over the details of an agreement on the price of domain names reached Congress Wednesday, with Internet powerhouses squaring off.
The World Cup could spur a surge in demand for mobile television, a London research group said Thursday.
Scientists say they may have solved the puzzle produced by the 1900 discovery off Greece of a bronze mechanism created in 80 B.C.
In a new study published in the latest issue of Ethology researchers show that female songbirds can alter the size of eggs and possibly the sex of their chicks according to how they perceive their mate’s quality.