Awhile back, I had questioned the staying power of Nintendo's Wii. An almost ridiculous notion considering the eye-popping sales numbers the console continues to enjoy. Selling more than 750,000 units in February (Xbox 360: ...
A study by researchers from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, in collaboration with Mexican researchers and health officials, shows that as many as 67 percent of injection drug users in Tijuana test ...
Russian authorities on Wednesday evacuated 53 passengers to quarantine and sealed off a train after a Chinese woman died of what could be a mystery infectious disease, officials said.
(AP) -- Mild brain injuries - once considered an under-recognized problem in returning military troops - are being overdiagnosed because the government is using soft criteria instead of hard medical evidence, an Army doctor ...
(AP) -- The U.S. government has dropped - for now - a plan to classify the use of "proxy" servers as evidence of sophistication in committing a crime.
(AP) -- Time Warner Cable Inc. is testing a new way of charging for Internet use - by the amount of traffic rather than solely based on download speed.
(AP) -- Motorola Inc. accused its former chief financial officer Wednesday of hiding his tracks by wiping files from a company laptop.
(AP) -- Prices of the most popular brand-name prescription drugs are on the rise even as the economy falters, the AARP says.
(AP) -- I'm typing this in between perusing Facebook, trying (and failing) to master a guitar-simulation game and listening to Internet radio on my smart phone.
With serious competitors for its MediaSmart home server finally coming to the U.S., Hewlett-Packard is announcing a big software update of the Windows Home Server-based system.