Google "screwed up" by accidentally gathering private wireless data while taking pictures for its "Street View" mapping service, co-founder Sergey Brin said Wednesday.
David Christian of Eagan, Minn., has been doing the landline shuffle. He's among the 25 percent of Americans who have dropped traditional phone service from providers such as Qwest and AT&T, according to the National Health ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Spices will do more than just enhance the taste of ground beef. They'll also cut down on the risk of compounds that can cause cancer.
Cloud computing used to be one of those wispy technical phrases that was hard to define. Was it a new name for outsourcing? A different kind of computer network? Or just marketing nonsense?
Erlotinib maintenance therapy prolongs survival in patients with the most common form of lung cancer
Erlotinib maintenance therapy given after platinum-based chemotherapy is well tolerated, significantly improves progression free survival (PFS), and increases overall survival in patients with advanced non-small-cell lung ...
Social status in paper wasps is established earlier in life than scientists thought, says a study published this month in the journal PLoS ONE.
Last fall, Apple Inc.'s head of Internet services began making the Hollywood rounds with a proposal to launch a subscription television service that would offer a package of broadcast shows for $10 a month.
"Lost" fans searching for secrets of the ABC show's final episode may be in store for a nasty surprise: An infected computer.
Adobe Systems on Wednesday put aside its tiff with Apple and told thousands of software developers it is embracing the online video format preferred by the maker of iPhones, iPods and iPads.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Bring two materials that are not themselves conductive into contact and, exactly at their interface, something remarkable happens: at that precise point, conduction is possible.