United Press International recently caught up with JM Lee, president of LG Electronics USA Inc.'s Consumer Electronics Brand Division, to get some insight into what makes the $45 billion LG Electronics tick. This question-and-answer ...
Four Virginia Commonwealth University students were chosen Friday to represent the United States in the Software Design Invitational of Image Cup 2006.
When First Data Corp., the U.S.-based global back-office service provider of electronic commerce and payment systems, decided to establish a regional hub for its South and Southeast Asian operation last year, it choose Singapore ...
Intel is unveiling its Core 2 Duo chips for laptops and desktop personal computers Monday.
Federal officials are reportedly planning to recommend U.S. physicians provide routine HIV testing for all of their patients ages 13 to 64.
British cable television major NTL was expected to announce the elimination of some 6,000 jobs Monday, many of which will be outsourced to India.
A bill introduced in the U.S. Senate as a means to make scientific information more available is being criticized as opening data to misinterpretation.
Integrating disparate data and voice networks -- broadband, mobile phone and WiFi -- into one unified network is promising to be a foremost technology trend in the next few years, one that could lead to totally personalized ...
Nokia announced Monday that its Nokia N80 was voted Best Mobile Imaging Device in Europe 2006 by the Technical Image Press Association.
Yahoo! will launch a new advertising platform from the third quarter.