Tennessee Congressman Bart Gordon demands more reliable data on the effects of offshoring on the tech work force, and urges science and technology workers to acquire skills that will differentiate them from foreign competitors.
New Hampshire says it has a winning formula for getting teenage girls vaccinated against a virus linked to cervical cancer -- make the shot voluntary.
The company's BlackBerry Mobile Voice System integrates BlackBerry devices with corporate PBXes; RIM is also focusing on areas like Wi-Fi, navigation and entertainment.
Twelve Chinese companies agree to purchase $4.3 billion in U.S. software, hardware and services and also offer to help build a research center in California as a way to improve trade relations.
An unmanned spacecraft carrying 2.5 tons of supplies and 50 snails headed to the International Space Station Saturday after being launched from Kazakhstan.
An environmental group is threatening to sue the U.S. government for failing to draw up a plan to protect two coral species newly listed as endangered.
Green technology got another nod Thursday night when an environmentally friendly method for building homes took the top prize at an annual inventors challenge sponsored by The History Channel and a division of the Inventors ...
Shunra Software on May 22 will launch the next major release of its Virtual Enterprise network simulation and modeling tool.
Research in Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie said the BlackBerry shutdown last month was caused by a process error and the problem has been "unambiguously solved."
Hugh Hefner's infamous lad mag will be bringing Playboy bunny avatars to the popular virtual world, Second Life.
Symantec, McAfee, and Computer Associates have all fixed serious flaws in their software with recent patches and updates.
Compensation has been denied in 60 percent of 72,000 cases processed by U.S. regulators involving Cold War nuclear weapons workers stricken with cancer.
IAC/InterActiveCorp. said it launched on Friday a new mobile application for its Ask.com Web search service to help consumers find friends, shops and services based on their location at a given moment. "Ask Mobile GPS," or ...
There's hope for people with an unflattering photo, blog entry or video clip floating around on the Web. Not only can you take steps to clean up your online image, but several companies are willing to help you for up to $10,000. ...