On May 28, baseball's Barry Bonds launched his 715th home run a whopping 455 feet to pass Babe Ruth as the No. 2 home run slugger of all time. But allegations of steroid use have caused many fans to turn their backs on the ...
Verizon confirmed Friday it had filed paperwork with U.S. regulators as a preliminary to a possible spinoff of its Yellow Pages operation.
An aggressive type of tick known as the Lone Star is raising new concerns about Lyme disease on Long Island, N.Y.
A study has found that nearly 40 percent of British children examined by doctors for persistent coughing show symptoms of whooping cough infections.
Researchers have found, in the first study into the subject, that the inability to recognize faces is a common, probably hereditary disorder.
The United States may be on the verge of suing China over alleged violations of intellectual-property rights, it was reported Friday.
The content-management software market in the Asia-Pacific region excluding Japan will likely increase to $245.3 million by 2010, a research group said.
Researchers from both the National Institutes of Health and the cosmetics industry are studying folk medicine to come up with new products and treatments.
Going online is no longer a choice, but a necessity for those living in highly wired societies. What's more, old age should not be an excuse to be cut off from cyberspace, or so argues the British government.
U.S. laser producer ESI has received an order from Winbond Electronics for a semiconductor link processing system to be used in Winbond's 300mm fab plant in Taiwan.