Imagine that you're a science-fiction writer on a tight schedule. You'd like to play in the vast expanses of the universe, but you have too much scientific integrity to conjure up a warp drive or a DeLorean out of thin air. ...
In two articles closing out the PLoS Medicine series on Global Health Diplomacy, senior diplomats offer their perspectives on how foreign policy can make a difference to global health.
Internet giant Google is working with US carrier Verizon Wireless on a tablet computer like Apple's iPad, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
Playboy readers are going to need glasses for a close look at the upcoming issue of the magazine -- 3-D glasses.
The first launch of Russia's Soyuz rocket from Europe's space base in French Guiana, initially scheduled for the end of 2009, will now take place "during the fourth quarter of 2010," satellite launch operators Arianespace ...
Most high-school students participating in a new study on academic honesty say they have cheated on tests and homework - and, in some alarming cases, say they don't consider certain types of cheating out of line.
Yahoo! increased its share of the US search market by nearly a percentage point in April and Microsoft's new search engine Bing also recorded a slight gain, online tracking firm comScore said Tuesday.
The growing power of Apple Inc. in the mobile-device market was underscored in two ways Friday: in a report from IDC showing the iPhone gaining market share, and in a fresh lawsuit from cell-phone giant Nokia Corp.
(AP) -- The CBS and Fox television networks have rejoined the National Association of Broadcasters after a decadelong breakup.
A new study shows that confusion over how to identify and treat food allergies is creating the potential for misdiagnosis of this condition.