Google debuted yet another search engine product Thursday, this time a U.S. Government Search.
The total entertainment experience is now in the palm of consumers' hands, thanks to Philips Electronics’ amazing Portable Media Center (PMC7230).
The Namib Desert, one of the driest regions in the world, gets less than half an inch of rain per year. But early in the morning, a light fog drifts over the desert, offering the plants and animals living in ...
A study by British and Canadian researchers suggests restoration methods of the past cannot necessarily be applied to the climate of the future.
More people are choosing DSL over cable in getting broadband access, Verizon said Thursday.
A National Institutes of Health researcher has reportedly refused to answer questions about his use of federally owned medical samples.
The U.S.-based Acoustical Society of America is advising schools not to use sound-amplification systems to overcome noisy classroom conditions.
A Columbia University researcher has reportedly retracted four more scientific papers because the findings could not be replicated.
The U.S. report card on metals contamination in sediment is showing marked improvement. A new study has analysed the past three decades of environmental legislation and regulation, changing demographics and land-use practices ...
Scientists say they've discovered the Arctic Ocean's sea level is falling by about 2 millimeters a year, despite a global trend of rising water levels.
By this time next year, Web sites not developed using the Ajax technique "will simply not be cool enough to use," an Internet analyst said Tuesday.