U.S. researchers say one-third of married individuals choose someone other than their spouse as a surrogate for medical decision-making.
U.S. scientists say Chinese farmers, among the world's first to plant genetically modified cotton, are being besieged by secondary pests.
Southern California's I/O Magic has launched a 40 Gigabyte portable hard drive for use with desktop and laptop personal computers.
Lots of people would download music to their phones, if they could find something other than Gnarls Barkley, according to one mobile download infrastructure firm.
Biomolecules have become almost ubiquitous in laundry and personal care products. Biological washing powders usually contain enzymes to help digest stains while the latest shampoos and conditioners often use proteins to add ...
Global warming is reportedly having a dramatic effect on the Matterhorn in the European Alps, with landslides and flaking becoming more numerous.
NASA says it will soon begin briefings about the next shuttle mission, STS-115, which is scheduled for late August.
The European Commission is launching a major inquiry into the social and safety aspects of cell-phone usage by kids.
U.S. semiconductor company SigmaTel said it will pursue the seizure of MP3 players in Europe that it claims violate its European-based patents.
In West Texas, New Mexico, and other places around the world, wind turbines are used to generate electricity. But how can engineers determine their efficiency and health?