North American broadband companies WaveRider and Wave Wireless announced a merger Wednesday that will facilitate the launch of new products.
Verizon is offering its first wireless device that utilizes the latest-generation mobile system from Windows Mobile.
A Silicon Valley firm has been selected to supply network search engines for the first core router of China's IPv6 next-generation Internet Protocol.
A cell phone touted as the ultimate business travel tool was launched Wednesday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Long before the finishing touches are made to UW-Madison's Microbial Sciences Building, a small but significant bit of science has emerged from the hole where the $120 million, 330,000 square-foot structure is emerging.
Philips 'Entertaible' combines the excitement of electronic gaming with the fun of traditional board games
Philips announced today that it will unveil its prototype of ‘Entertaible’ – a tabletop gaming platform that marries traditional multi-player board and computer games in a uniquely simple and intuitive way, at the Consumer ...
Oxford scientists have come a step closer to quantum ‘supercomputers’ by creating a new technique called ‘bang-bang’ to hold quantum information.
Fans of two British soccer teams can now buy cards for their cell phones that will deliver content specific to their favorite clubs.
A technique that creates and images blood clots in the brain may help researchers understand the small strokes implicated in many forms of dementia.
Its government may impose stringent regulations on the media sector. It may still suffer from inadequate bandwidth and rampant piracy problems, and Internet protocol television or IPTV may still be in its infancy there. Yet, ...