Nestled in a leafy office park in North Austin, AT&T is perfecting the present and inventing the future. The AT&T Labs Inc. office, one of the company's six major research centers nationwide, houses engineers and developers ...
As the Internet transforms the US media landscape, a top American university announced plans on Wednesday to offer a dual master's degree in journalism and computer science.
(PhysOrg.com) -- A simple cotton T-shirt may one day be converted into tougher, more comfortable body armor for soldiers or police officers.
Palm shares soared Wednesday on Wall Street amid rumors the struggling US mobile device maker may be an acquisition target.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Giant eruptions of ionized gas, or plasma, from the Sun called coronal mass ejections [CMEs] produce solar energetic particles that cause spacecraft anomalies and communication interruptions, and can have ...
It has happened to every driver at one time or another; another vehicle hiding in your blind spot when you are trying to change lanes. Even when no crash results, your heart pounds from the adrenaline rush of the close call.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Social influence plays a substantial role in the surging number of autism diagnoses, according to a study published in the American Journal of Sociology.
Chances are you have received one at some point or another: an e-mail from someone in Africa asking for your help or informing you of a large inheritance from a deceased relative. Whatever the scenario, the sender always ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- A leggy cosmic creature comes out of hiding in this new infrared view from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE.
Online advertising revenue hit a record 6.3 billion dollars in the United States in the fourth quarter of the year, a bright spot in an otherwise dismal year, according to a report on Wednesday.