Preliminary results of field trials show an increase in usage on mobile phones equipped with Zi Corporation's new Qix search engine.
Research by the University of Washington and Rice University suggest TV commercials featuring unfamiliar celebrity voice-overs are the most effective.
The trophy case for Kansas State University's physics department continues to grow. Glenn Horton-Smith, a K-State assistant professor of physics, is just one of the recent faculty members in the department to earn national ...
New Zealand Telecom said Tuesday record numbers of children are contacting Santa's Web site hosted by the company.
New Zealand regulators have ruled that Australia's TelstraClear must be granted access to Telecom New Zealand's wholesale bitstream service.
New research by economists Professor Andrew Oswald at the University of Warwick, and Dr Nattavudh Powdthavee at London University's Institute of Education, reveals that the more daughters a family has the more likely the ...
Opportunity successfully deployed its robotic arm on sol 671 (Dec. 13, 2005) and used it to position the microscopic imager. The cause of a shoulder-joint motor stall during an attempt to deploy the arm on sol 654 appears ...
The National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo., says global warming may destroy most permafrost across the Northern Hemisphere.
Scientists at Columbia University have found that one of the few remaining groups of wild Asian elephants in India is genetically distinct.
A multi-institutional study has offered more insight into the evolutionary process by examining how albinism evolves in cavefish.