A primitive third eye found in many types of lizards, used to detect changes in light and dark and to regulate the production of certain hormones, may help explain how vision evolved and how signals are transmitted from the ...
The federal government has proposed new fuel economy standards for light trucks, including the largest sport utility vehicles.
Sematech engineers have identified metal electrode materials that can be used to build reliable nMOS transistors with high‑k dielectric – a major milestone in the quest to fabricate working CMOS devices using metal ...
Researchers at four U.S. universities are starting a clinical trial to test varying strengths of a vaccine designed to fight avian influenza.
A Delaware-based computer company was debarred by the World Bank for fraudulent practices in a Russian project.
Although heavy underdog George Mason University, who once sat at 400-1 odds, is two victories away from winning the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's not the team that has online betting sites most frightened.
Technology will both fuel and facilitate continued growth of the world economy, a study released in Silicon Valley Thursday concluded.
Motorola will work with StarHub to upgrade the Singaporean company's broadband network.
Sprint is expanding its broadband network, which currently provides over half the U.S. population with mobile broadband data services.
A cable-industry executive urged Congress Thursday to treat all competitors equitably in their efforts to streamline telecommunication legislation.