(PhysOrg.com) -- NASA and Japan released a significantly improved version of the most complete digital topographic map of Earth on Monday, produced with detailed measurements from NASA's Terra spacecraft.
A new study by GW Professor Yongsheng Leng, assistant professor of engineering and applied science, and postdoctoral scientist Yajie Lei, reveals that solidified lubricants in tight pores do not change back to a liquid form. ...
If you're an iPhone fan, you're going to really like the iPhone 4S.
When Texas Gov. Rick Perry launched an attack of Mitt Romney's health care plan last week, he did not call a news conference, give a big speech or take to the air waves.
India's fourth-biggest software services firm HCL said Tuesday quarterly net profit leapt 50 percent but its shares slid on fears about the global downturn crimping the sector's future growth.
Ratings agency Moody's Tuesday lowered the outlook for Sony's A3 long-term debt rating to "negative" as the global electronics giant faces weakening demand for LCD televisions.
The U.S. government has taken the first steps toward allowing commercial space companies to launch its national security satellites into outer space.
A cyberattack was launched on an organization of Japanese defense contractors in an attempt to steal confidential information on the nation's defense industry, according to sources.
A new international partnership of energy companies announced plans Wednesday to build a facility in Northampton County, Va., where offshore wind turbines can be tested on solid ground.
Chinese Internet giant Alibaba said it will delay a fee hike for some sellers on its popular online shopping site after a storm of protest over the planned rise. ...
A US scientist stranded in Antarctica for almost two months following a suspected stroke has been evacuated from the South Pole to New Zealand in a hazardous airlift.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told Latin American media that his organization was far from financially endangered despite sanctions slapped on it by the United States.
The head of global online auction powerhouse eBay said that China has essentially put up a wall when it comes to non-Chinese Internet firms.