Being able to hear the smallest of noises is a matter of life or death for many insects, but for the scientists studying their hearing systems understanding how insect ears can be so sensitive could lead to new microphones ...
For Vasudevarao Umesh, a small-time art-shop owner in Bangalore from where he sells paintings and other art objects, earning money as a medical transcriptionist from his shop's computer was just a way of cashing in on India's ...
MySpace.com removed 200,000 "objectionable" profiles from its network to address fears of Internet security, the Financial Times reported.
Spam e-mails containing BBC news stories are being used to attract cyber victims, the news organization reports.
The muezzin is calling. But the cleric is not in a minaret, above the town square, reminding all that it is time to face Mecca and pray. He's a digital muezzin, calling on the mobile phone of the worldwide faithful, with ...
Bell Canada launched a new wireless broadband service Friday with plans to take it nationwide.
Infineon Technologies will complete the spinoff of its memory-products unit ahead of schedule later this spring.
In what is being described as a new "commitment to openness -- NASA's administrator in Washington issued a new communications policy.
Human testing on a two potential vaccines against the H5N1 strain of bird flu has begun in Germany and Belgium, according to GlaxoSmithKline PLC.
Red tide has increased in the past 15 years, but some of the increase could be due to increased reporting, U.S. experts say.