Jeff Hastings, general manager for Pinnacle Systems, spoke with Tech File about his company and the current digital-video-editing industry.
Most of the universe exists in a state called "dusty plasma". In the solar system, dusty plasma forms with the interaction of dust particles with gases and may appear as tails of comets or as planetary rings.
They're only 250 billionths of a meter in diameter. But fill them with the right chemistry and Iowa State scientists say the tiny nanospheres they've developed could revolutionize how biodiesel is produced.
The Philippines' Smart Communications launched Nokia's high-speed downlink packet access, which allows it to provide faster connectivity.
IBM has developed a system that allows small and medium-sized businesses to switch to a Web-based paperless contract system.
Silicon Valley's Spansion Inc. Monday announced a new cell-phone security system that wards off viruses and other wireless threats.
As Congress debates whether to adhere to network neutrality, the consensus within the technology realm is as elusive as a definition of the issue itself.
The World Cup is a field day for beer advertisers, travel agents, and now, it seems, junk e-mailers: soccer spam has popped up in almost every language.
Fusion Telecommunications International is offering free Internet phone services for all its global clients.
Reclamation of 200-square miles of British coalfields is being credited for saving rare species of animals from extinction.
Projected climate change could trigger massive range contractions among amphibian and reptile species in the southwest of Europe, according to a new study published in the Journal of Biogeography.
The dangerous power of glacial outburst floods - or jokulhlaups - will be easier to predict thanks to new models developed by a Leeds researcher and presented at the International Glaciological Society symposium in Iceland ...
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have completed a prototype device that can block digital-camera function in a given area. Commercial versions of the technology could be used to stymie unwanted ...