A study by a child specialist in the British city of Nottingham has found that children wearing superhero costumes have a higher chance of being injured.
More than a quarter of U.S. businesses have failed to plan for the effects of the aging American workforce, finds a new study.
Security company Symantec says new research supports fears that Windows Vista's use of the IP tunneling protocol Teredo is potentially insecure.
Fans of Internet radio who want to listen to their favorite stations away from the computer will soon be able to do so with a new digital music player called Slacker.
The new card is estimated to hold more than 4,000 high-resolution pictures and as many as 2,000 digital songs or up to 15 hours of MPEG 4 video—twice the capacity of today's best versions.
Intel, which is now gearing up to revamp the vPro platform, officially launched its business desktop platform in April and the technology began to ship to OEMs in September.
The South by Southwest Festival (SXSW) isn't necessarily known for the product-announcement frenzy that occurs at CES, so it was a pleasant surprise to see a cool new toy on the trade show floor Thursday evening.
Researchers in Boston used technology to measure empathy between psychotherapists and their patients.
Some people find angry looks from others so rewarding they go out of their way to encourage them, Michigan researchers said.