A University at Buffalo study suggests unintentional collisions and falling into boards cause more injuries among young hockey players than do body checks.
Scientists from two New York universities say they've developed an inexpensive, hand-held sensor that can check a HIV patient's immune system in seconds.
We've all done it. Lost that priceless Kodak moment by snapping a photo that was grainy, dark, overexposed or out of focus. While user ineptitude is often at the root of our blurry snapshots, the limits of conventional cameras ...
France's Alcatel said Wednesday it had completed a project to expand broadband access in Russia's Privolzhsky Federal Region.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, relief and assistance Web sites such as RedCross.org saw huge spikes in visitation in September, according to Internet audience measurement service comScore.
A Cornell University study released Wednesday suggests interracial relationships and marriages are becoming more common in the United States.
Jeffrey Hanley has been appointed manager of NASA's Constellation Program to lead development of the nation's new spacecraft and launch system.
Broadband wireless technology should flourish in 2006, a research group said Wednesday.
Intel Corporation has re-opened an advanced, high-volume semiconductor manufacturing facility in Chandler, Ariz., converting it to a leading-edge 300mm, 65nm process factory. Called Fab 12, the factory is Intel’s second ...
IMEC’s novel coarse-grain processor, ADRES, meets requirements of design-time and runtime reconfigurability for supporting a broad range of embedded applications. ADRES beats the performance of state-of-the-art DSP processors, ...