India telecom regulators expect to soon issue recommendations on spectrum, entry fees and other issues involving third-generation wireless services.
Scottish scientists say global warming's first major British wildlife victim is the ring ouzel -- a close relative of the blackbird.
The coverage area of WiFi service carried over building wiring in New York City has been expanded.
Just as "visionaries" of the Age of Enlightenment in 18th century Europe pursued progress through rationality, the developers of the 21st Century's "New Internet" will "benefit the public good by balancing the needs of users ...
“Despite differences in the chemical compositions and densities of Earth’s and Mars’ atmospheres, we now have a definitive example showing that both planets’ atmospheres react similarly to varying levels of solar ...
French scientists say they've found mice with a mutant gene can defy the laws of genetic inheritance -- passing on traits even if the gene is absent.
Officials at Illinois' Braidwood nuclear plant have reportedly been ordered to begin cleaning up groundwater contaminated with radioactive tritium.
Illinois wildlife biologists say coyotes, known to be killers of domestic pets, might also be causing a decline in the Chicago area's fox population.
Israel police investigators have detained a man suspected of stealing hi-tech secrets from his employer during the goodbye bash the company threw him.
Intel opened its latest computer clubhouse for the Boys & Girls Club in Atlanta.