Cell phone and landline customers experienced connection problems after Tuesday's earthquake, but there were no immediate reports of trouble for police and rescue workers.
Social insects may not love their fellow bugs as much as once believed.
As firms begin the 2011 annual report process, which many do at this time of year, they may want to pay closer attention to the way those reports look. A recent study out of the University of Miami School of Business Administration ...
Andrew Westrich lifted the top from a waist-high wood box in his suburban backyard.
It's been more than 50 years since humanity ventured to the deepest place on Earth, but four crews now are racing to make a return trip.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Research at Bath shows how advertising can lead some Christians to feel they are justified in ignoring core beliefs.
(AP) -- Satellite TV broadcaster Dish Network is asking regulators to let it build a wireless broadband network. Having one would let Dish compete more effectively with cable companies that can bundle broadband and TV signals.
(AP) -- Facebook will now let you pre-approve photos before your friends can post them with your name attached.
Silly as the movie gets, "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" explores big questions about human evolution.
Graphene, considered the most exciting new material under study in the world of nanotechnology, just got even more interesting, according to a new study by a group of researchers at the University of Colorado ...
Imagine if you could wander the streets of a new city and get monuments and shops to reveal detailed information about themselves in a speech balloon. Like in a cartoon.
Some 200 million Americans will own smartphones or tablet computers by 2015, with many people having both, marketing intelligence firm In-Stat forecast on Tuesday.
Preliminary research at Kansas State University may make a difference one day at the gas pump.