If you do something positive for your mate, does it matter why? The answer is yes, according to new research from University of Rochester research assistant professor Heather Patrick.
It's a scenario straight out of "Grey's Anatomy"— a paramedic or doctor plops a mask over the face of a person struggling to breathe and begins dispensing pure oxygen.
Juniper Networks jumped into the NAC lovefest at Interop on May 21, announcing that it's working to get its Unified Access Control NAC server to interoperate with Microsoft's Network Access Protection standard.
Microsoft will announce May 21 plans to create a project to develop an open-source translator project between China's Unified Office Format and the Ecma Open XML File Formats, which are closely tied to Microsoft Office.
Avaya at Interop on May 21 will target two types of voice over IP buyers with a new IP PBX system designed for enterprises with many branch offices and a new line of low-cost IP Phones.
Mellanox Technologies, best known as a provider of high-speed InfiniBand interconnect technology, is delving into Ethernet for the first time.
Analysis: Partners say EMC's new management team and fresh perspective are having a positive effect on the front-line troops selling the hardware, software and services.
Don't count IBM out of the race to deliver optimum user experience in products, says an IBM exec.
Saturn's largest and most densely packed ring is composed of dense clumps of particles separated by nearly empty gaps, according to new findings from NASA's Cassini spacecraft.
Scientists have made a breakthrough in understanding how cancers spread in what could lead to new ways of beating the disease.
As the Earth’s temperatures continue to rise, we can expect a signficant change in infectious disease patterns around the globe. Just exactly what those changes will be remains unclear, but scientists agree they will not ...
A new study presented at the American Thoracic Society 2007 International Conference finds that obese people are significantly more likely to have persistent or severe persistent asthma than their thinner counterparts.
With the growing number of smoking bans in restaurants and bars driving smokers outside, researchers in Athens, Georgia, are hoping to find out whether secondhand smoke from smokers clustered outside these establishments ...
The use of peginterferon alone, or in combination with ribavirin, points to a cure for hepatitis C, the leading cause of cirrhosis, liver cancer and the need for liver transplant, a Virginia Commonwealth University researcher ...
Silicon is the most important material for electronic chips and processors. Yet it has a big drawback: being a so-called indirect semiconductor, it hardly emits any light. Therefore worldwide efforts in the ...