Texas Instruments today announced a new single-chip device that is expected to drive GPS applications into mainstream mobile phones.
The nose knows – whether it’s on a fruit fly or a human. And while it would seem that how a fruit fly judges odors should differ from how a human smells, new research from Rockefeller University finds that at the neurobiological ...
People think there has to be a choice between privacy and security; that increased security means more collection and processing of personal private information. However, in a challenging report to be published on Monday ...
Stratus and NEC are each rolling out new fault-tolerant servers based on Intel's newest quad-core processors.
The two vendors are integrating IP telephony with e-mail, messaging and core business process applications in a new offering based on IBM's System i server platform.
This new software will give the company's customers an easier way to automatically boot servers from their SANs.
A group of software developers said we should expect to see more dynamic languages and possibly a new major language in the next five years.
Novell took the unusual step at its annual BrainShare conference here of holding a "fireside chat" between its own Chief Technology Officer Jeff Jaffee and Craig Mundie, chief research and strategy officer at Microsoft, as ...
A large-scale national clinical trial has started to learn if the nutritional supplement creatine can slow the progression of Parkinson's disease.
Five Russian climbers left Kathmandu, Nepal Monday with the goal of finding a less treacherous approach to Mount Everest.