With some 45 million people expected to buy automotive navigation devices this year -- not to mention upgrading to a smartphone -- T-Mobile USA saw a new opportunity.
Despite lengthier active resuscitation of very preterm babies over the past 15 years, their survival rates have not improved, indicates research published ahead of print in the Fetal & Neonatal Edition of Archives of Disease ...
(AP) -- Climate change poses a growing threat to health, from heart disease to heatstroke and from illness carried by water to bug-borne sickness.
The loutish and drunken behaviour of some of our sporting heroes - routinely reported in the media - has little or no effect on the drinking habits of young people, new research has found.
(AP) -- As volcanic ash cast a shadow over millions of lives, Londoners and other city dwellers across Europe were treated to a rare spectacle of nature: Pristine, blue skies brighter than any in recent memory.
(AP) -- Adolf Hitler, for years a vessel of frustration in a popular Internet meme, has been quieted.
(AP) -- The military is poised to launch an unmanned winged spacecraft resembling a miniature space shuttle Thursday and it probably won't be a one-time shot.
You may not have heard about it amid all the iPad hype, but another take on the tablet has also started to reach consumers' hands: the JooJoo.
Children born to mothers prescribed the heroin substitute methadone during pregnancy may be at risk of wide-ranging sight problems, indicates a small study published ahead of print in the British Journal of Ophthalmology.
(AP) -- Target Corp. says it will sell Amazon's e-reader Kindle in select stores beginning in April.