A subsidiary of Digital Angel has signed a distribution deal for electronic livestock tagging devices in South Africa.
Two new Dell laptops will allow users to sign up for 24-hour sessions on Verizon's wireless Internet system.
Israelis receive a lot of spam e-mail, but in the month leading up to Tuesday's general elections the amount spiked due to political messages.
Microsoft is extending its intellectual-property licensing program that includes licensing for hardware technologies.
Wireless and wire-line broadband company Metalink Ltd. demonstrated the delivery of multiple, simultaneous HDTV streams Monday using its new WiFi technology.
Apple updated its software to allow iPod nano users to set their own personal maximum volume limit.
A three-city study by Chicago police suggests traditional methods of identifying suspects might produce better results than newer techniques.
Dr. Robert Miller, a renowned U.S. epidemiologist who determined fetuses suffered damage at Hiroshima and Nagasaki has died at the age of 84.
Delivering a dose of chemotherapy drugs to specific cancer cells without the risk of side affects to healthy cells may one day be possible thanks to a nanoscale drug delivery system being explored by researchers at the U.S. ...
Scientists from around the world joined this Greek island's 250 residents and countless visitors Wednesday in cheering the drama of the Moon totally blocking the Sun, revealing the dancing glow of its corona.