(AP) -- The value of Intel Corp. Chief Executive Paul Otellini's compensation package rose slightly to $12.4 million in 2008, a year in which the chip maker's profit was whacked by a global slowdown in personal computer ...
Facebook, shmacebook. Senior citizens want their own social networking sites.
Dear EarthTalk: What is the "green cities" movement? - John Moulton, Greenwich, Conn.
The video game business has come a long way from the original Atari console or even the original PlayStation of a decade ago.
It's not just a dream. Your supermarket really is talking to you. And its says it's time for vitamins.
A new study by University of South Carolina researchers indicates aerobically fit women are three times less likely to die of breast cancer than those who seldom exercise.
A YouTube video by an enterprising 14-year-old showcasing the talents of his laid-off dad, a Florida-based marketing specialist, has scored thousands of hits and several job interviews.
(AP) -- The Environmental Protection Agency has taken the first step on the long road to regulating greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act.
(AP) -- NASA's online contest to name a new room at the international space station went awry. Comedian Stephen Colbert won.
(PhysOrg.com) -- A precise, new nanotechnology treatment for drug addiction may be on the horizon as the result of research conducted at the University at Buffalo.