U.S. scientists have found the first evidence of biological effects of an oil spill that occurred 38 years ago in a marsh that apparently had recovered.
A U.S. scientist is starting a study to determine the effectiveness of telephone support groups for older people with the human immunodeficiency virus.
A U.S. researcher has pinpointed 1616 as the year of the first European voyage up the Delaware River.
Red Hat has decided to later release a separate real-time version of RHEL 5 rather than bundle the technology into RHEL 6, the next version of its enterprise server operating system software.
Lexmark's Education Station provides a variety of document management features as well as print, copy, scan and fax capabilities.
On the heels of closing on the Hyperion deal, Oracle buys meter data management provider Lodestar.
The new storage and business intelligence system, designed for Global 2000 companies, features high-performance analytics and high-capacity storage.
Though still down 12 percent of its work force since 2000, the high-tech industry has made great strides in the past two years, finds a recent report.
Excerpts from a 258-year-old book written by what is thought to be the first ever advocate for gay rights have been discovered by a University of Manchester academic. Dr Hal Gladfelder from the School of Arts, Histories and ...
Global Research Technologies, LLC (GRT), a technology research and development company, and Klaus Lackner from Columbia University have achieved the successful demonstration of a bold new technology to capture carbon from ...