Skype releases version 3.2 of its software. While the update ties in to neat features like unlimited calling, other aspects are underwhelming.
The private security initiative has released a list of the worst offenders.
Travelport Ltd. announced Thursday that it plans to take its Orbitz travel subsidiary public in an offering valued at $750 million.
The Windows Server virtualization technology will now not include Live migration and hot-add resources, and support will be limited to 16 cores or logical processors.
Lenovo Group signs a deal with Microsoft to buy Windows, Office and other software suites for its personal computers in a deal worth as much as $1.3 billion.
The company's new handsets send alerts to users notifying them when their phone has been successfully charged.
Members of Congress on Thursday tangled with leading video providers over how to preserve the open architecture of the Internet while improving its quality and protecting intellectual property rights.
Part of the significance of Intel's new mobile platform is that it will also allow manufacturers to design newer, more powerful, smaller form factor desktop PCs as well.
With a nod to one of nature's best surface chemists—an obscure desert beetle—polymer scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology have devised a convenient way to construct test surfaces ...
A tiny device for calibrating or stabilizing precision lasers has been designed and demonstrated at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The prototype device could replace table-top-sized instruments ...
Imagine being able to rapidly identify tiny biological molecules such as DNA and toxins using a system that can fit on a microchip or in a drop of salt water. It’s closer than you might think, say a team ...
A super stable fiber-optic network that can be tuned across a range of visible and near-infrared frequencies while synchronizing the oscillations of light waves from different sources has been demonstrated at the National ...
Africa faces an epidemic of cancer, health ministers were told at a conference in London.
British researchers have developed a technique to make crime witnesses' memories more accurate and stronger.
Scientists have discovered how we put the brakes on a racing heartbeat.