I love the location-based features on my iPhone. But after talking with privacy advocates last week, I'm concerned about who's keeping track of my location -- and what they're doing with that data.
When Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz announced a $100 million global brand campaign in New York recently as the company launched its new Internet search "experience," research scientists like Preston McAfee, Duncan Watts and David ...
What if you could send an e-mail to a co-worker, text a friend or post something on Facebook confident that it would eventually self-destruct?
When I think of Silicon Valley companies I admire, Cisco Systems is usually one of the first that comes to mind.
Many people who have died from swine flu in the United States were also infected with other bacteria, including one which can cause pneumonia or meningitis, US health officials said Wednesday.
Unlike other forms of suicide, physician assisted death does not cause substantial regret, or a sense of rejection among surviving family members. In addition, the prevalence and severity of depression and grief among family ...
A compelling University of Michigan Health System study debunks assumptions about the role of complications in distinguishing good and bad hospitals.
Kansas City Water Services workers decided to wait over the weekend before fixing a broken sewer line that eventually spilled 3 million gallons of raw sewage, officials said Tuesday.
Although hospital computer equipment can act as a reservoir for pathogenic organisms, including MRSA, researchers writing in the open access journal BMC Infectious Diseases found that bacterial contamination rates from computer ...
Months after a federal ban went into effect outlawing a propellant used in most rescue inhalers, some asthma sufferers insist that the replacement inhalers don't work and might even be harmful.