Body language can shape first impressions of a person's emotional state, even when attention is focused on facial expression, Netherlands scientists said.
iPod owners are significantly more likely to create and spread consumer-generated media on the Internet, a survey reports.
Cornell University scientists say women with no menstrual mood changes may use parts of their brains differently over the course of their menstrual cycles.
British scientists say simple, cost-effective hydrogen biofuel cells could be developed from electrodes coated with a bacterial enzyme to oxidize hydrogen.
Demand for iPods seems insatiable, but Apple is beginning to feel the heat of its success these days, not least in the form of lawsuits from some disgruntled customers. Thousands of iPod users have banded together in a ...
France Telecom's planned acquisition of Spanish mobile operator Amena was approved by the European Commission Monday.
Ravi Saraf has gilded living creatures, but that's as far as his resemblance goes with Auric Goldfinger, the fictional villain in the 1964 James Bond movie. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln chemical engineer used bacteria, ...
SureWest Communications nest month will begin offering high-definition television over its Internet Protocol fiber network.
When people gaze at the sky in late October to catch a better glimpse of Mars, it will continue a long-time fascination with the planet dating back to ancient times, a University of Michigan professor and author said.
A new technology for mobile communication networks allows cell phone users to watch TV as they would at home. The Mobile TV Streaming system from Siemens makes it possible to change channels instantly. Other streaming solutions ...