Researchers at Purdue University have taken a step toward developing a new type of ultra-sensitive medical imaging technique that works by shining a laser through the skin to detect tiny gold nanorods injected into the bloodstream.
A Silicon Valley firm says it has added a geographical locator feature to online banking security capabilities.
Russian scientists say they must study the implications of genetically modified food before such food is widely introduced in their nation.
Sprint said Tuesday it has been awarded a contract to provide New Jersey with communicative services to the deaf and hard of hearing.
More than 470 physicists, including seven Nobel laureates, have signed a petition to oppose a new U.S. Defense Department proposal that allows the United States to use nuclear weapons against non-nuclear states. The petition ...
At Fall Processor Forum in San Jose, California today, IBM announced the custom designed microprocessor built for Microsoft's Xbox 360 console is in production at the company's East Fishkill, N.Y. fab and at Chartered Semiconductor ...
The sheer number and variety of security protocols for Internet applications under development makes it difficult to be sure that any one protocol is 100 per cent secure from attack. Now an automated tool can systematically ...
Nokia is reportedly moving into rural China to cash in on what the company sees as a promising market for low-cost mobile phones.
A survey indicates that large numbers of European broadband customers are switching providers and could prompt changes in the way the services are marketed.
Skype said Tuesday it will offer a package to allow businesses to use its services more cheaply.