A team of researchers from EPFL, (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), the University of Lausanne, Northwestern University and Tel Aviv University bring biology and statistical physics together to answer the question ...
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regional officials are protesting a planned revision of airborne toxic emission rules for industrial plants.
Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom is moving its international circuit-switched infrastructure to a Voice over Internet Protocol next-generation network.
Sprint launched a service that will allow its mobile users to buy Las Vegas monorail tickets from their handsets via text-message.
A University of California-San Francisco study suggests, contrary to popular belief, emergency rooms treat insured and non-insured people equally.
France Telecom signed an agreement with Buena Vista International Television to allow its television subscribers to get video-on-demand.
Japanese researchers say mice lacking vitamin C age four times faster than normal mice, suggesting the vitamin might help slow aging in humans.
Cable giant NTL Tuesday struck a deal to acquire Virgin Mobile, setting the stage for the delivery of its content to wireless phones in the United Kingdom.
America Online announced Monday it will provide a mobile browsing service that will reformat Web sites to small screens of mobile phones.