Homeland security and television news will get a boost from a new technology designed to transmit video over existing wireless networks.
Britain's National Health Service has suddenly withdrawn an invitation for bids from the private sector to run the country's primary care trusts.
World Cup fever has been a boom for big business, and not just for those in Germany. From airlines to television networks, the passion of soccer fans worldwide has generated big bucks across the board. What's more, there ...
A University of Washington study warns that even a single strong drink can make a person "blind drunk" and impair the drinker's driving abilities.
Salmon labeled "wild" may actually be "farm-raised" and can be costly besides being wrongly packaged, New-York based Consumer Reports says.
Britain's plan for digital television switchover has won international support, the Office of Communications said Friday.
MobiTV announced that its made-for-mobile TV content will be available on Windows mobile powered phones and devices.
The Antarctic ozone hole's recovery is running late. According to a new NASA study, the full return of the protective ozone over the South Pole will take nearly 20 years longer than scientists previously expected.
Thinking small may help solve one of the world's biggest problems -- the need for alternative energy sources -- according to scientists attending the first Energy Nanotechnology International Conference held June 26-28 at ...
(AP) -- China's Internet regulators are stepping up controls on blogs and search engines to block material it considers unlawful or immoral, the government said Friday.