Predictors for exceptional human longevity may include birth order, place of birth and early-life living conditions, says a U.S. study.
Microsoft Corp. on Thursday called for uniform federal legislation to replace an inconsistent "patchwork of laws" currently in place to protect the privacy of Internet users.
A former curator of aeronautics at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington has written the only authorized biography of astronaut Neil Armstrong.
Ohio Friday joined the growing number of states approving the merger of SBC Communications and AT&T.
A Florida company has successfully completed the first field tests of xMax, a long-range signal technique that uses extremely low amounts of power.
The final countdown for launch of the second Inmarsat-4 broadband satellite was under way Friday in the equatorial Pacific Ocean.
A new environmental review for a Cape Cod wind farm in Massachusetts will delay a final decision on the project about a year.
This photo shows in amazing details a group of galaxies known as Robert's Quartet. The image is based on data collected with the FORS2 multi-mode instrument on ESO's Very Large Telescope. Robert's Quartet is a family of ...
The mountains of Colorado could be in for a wetter-than-average winter this season, according to Klaus Wolter, a CU-Boulder and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientist.
All the things we use in our everyday lives will one day be networked with one another. “They will perceive their environment, process data and communicate with one another,” explains computer researcher Friedemann Mattern ...