Locust breeding is expected to accelerate in the months ahead, the U.N. Food and Agricultural Organization said in a bulletin Friday.
The crew onboard the International Space Station are looking forward to celebrating New Year's Day after spending a quiet Christmas 225 miles above the Earth.
A Belgian company has developed a wireless laptop module that connects to standard cell towers and is not limited to the proximity of WiFi hot spots.
The U.S. healthcare system is not ready for the baby boom generation moving into retirement, geriatric care specialists say.
Analysts predicted Friday that China's progress on third-generation wireless could stoke a rivalry between competing technologies.
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Two UW-Madison projects to study advanced materials and fuels for current and future nuclear reactors received roughly $1 million this month under the Department of Energy Nuclear Energy Research Initiative (NERI).
The global personal-computer market surged in the third quarter, but the boom is unlikely to be sustained, a research group said Friday.
Britain is the most wired European nation, a research study released Friday found.
India telecom major BSNL has extended its deadline for signing up for a free two-month trial of its broadband service until the end of January.