Unlike a mountain climber swinging from a rope, a spider suspended from its silk thread hardly ever twists. Although the flexibility and strength of a spider’s dragline outperforms the best synthetic fibres, surprisingly ...
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.
Sometimes you see them out of the corner of your eye. They'll be hunched over on the bus or leaning against a wall on the subway, their eyes glancing over a Palm or BlackBerry PDA. Sometimes they're going over e-mail or work ...
The introduction of biometric national identification cards to the United Kingdom now seems like an inevitability. Yet doubts have been raised by a committee in the House of Commons itself about whether existing technology ...
The European Commission welcomed an agreement that will make it easier to trade in semiconductors.