New Zealand Telecom is taking the long-awaited plunge and splitting its retail and wholesale operations into separate units.
Today's U.S. college students are more focused on achievement than power, an attitude that could help them be more innovative and successful than foreign rivals, according to University of Michigan psychology research.
NASA engineers continue to examine the issues surrounding a problem related to the Advanced Camera for Surveys aboard the agency's Hubble Space Telescope.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has revealed two dust disks circling the nearby star Beta Pictoris. The images confirm a decade of scientific speculation that a warp in the young star's dust disk may actually be a second inclined ...
A team of U.S. scientists is using IBM's World Community Grid to be able to predict the structures of key proteins.
For over a century they delivered hot lunch in packages to thousands of Bombay's working people with almost faultless efficiency without the help of information technology. But now Bombay's ubiquitous Dabbawalas lunch deliverymen ...
The University of Missouri-Columbia has been given a $4.79 million Army contract to develop nanotechnologies that will improve military capabilities.
Broadcom Corporation said Tuesday it has introduced the world's first secure processor with integrated RFID technology.
Venetian officials are reportedly fighting a fast-breeding giant creeping Chinese seaweed problem in the citie's fabled waterways.
U.S. biologists say the world's fungus-farming ants cultivate essentially the same fungus and aren't as critical to fungi reproduction as had been thought.