Developing radios no larger than a grain of sand to increase the drilling efficiency of oil wells, University of Houston engineers see promise for reducing prices at the gas pump.
Much as the famed starship Enterprise would deploy a deflector shield to evade enemy attack, tumor cells are capable of switching on a molecular force field of their own to fend off treatments aimed at killing them. Now University ...
A British study suggests malaria epidemics can be predicted up to five months in advance by using a climate forecasting computer model.
Nortel and China's Huawei Technologies will set up a global joint venture to develop solutions for ultra-broadband access.
Microsoft's Bill Gates said Wednesday his company will provide an additional $25.2 million to help build community technology centers.
Hebrew University researchers in Jerusalem say they've determined dancers are genetically different from the general population.
Microsoft has warned its customers about "Mywife," a malware variant expected to come to life on Friday.
Embracing technology as a driving force, knowledge and transaction outsourcing is changing the way businesses conduct themselves in the global marketplace.
Britain's Bulldog Communications is field testing a high-speed ADSL2-plus broadband system it hopes to launch commercially before the end of the quarter.
China's adoption of a homegrown technical standard for third-generation (3G) wireless service might not be as done a deal as the industry had assumed.