The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Dell Inc. will hold a one-day recycling event in New Orleans for equipment destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
A team of scientists led by physicist Fred Streitz has been awarded the 2005 Gordon Bell Prize for pioneering materials science simulations conducted on the world’s fastest supercomputer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Intel today announced plans to build a new 300-millimeter wafer fabrication facility at its site in Kiryat Gat, Israel. The new factory, designated Fab 28, will extend Intel’s manufacturing leadership by producing leading-edge ...
Telecom companies in Uganda are reportedly growing suspicious about the government's perceived reluctance to finalize a new telecom policy.
The 18th annual World Aids Day was observed Thursday around the theme "Stop AIDS, Keep the Promise."
Harry Potter and George Bush shared the personality spotlight among bloggers in 2005.
France's three leading wireless operators were fined a record $624 million for market collusion over a six-year period.
First comic strip hero Dick Tracy's wrist radio moved from science fiction to everyday fact and now Capt. Kirk's phaser is headed to the Air Force arsenal.
Texas Instruments Thursday unveiled two new video switches for high-definition multimedia interface and digital video interface.
Nokia expects to see the world mobile-device market grow by 10 percent in the coming year with subscriptions topping 3 billion by 2008.