Hebrew University researchers in Jerusalem say they've determined dancers are genetically different from the general population.
Microsoft has warned its customers about "Mywife," a malware variant expected to come to life on Friday.
Embracing technology as a driving force, knowledge and transaction outsourcing is changing the way businesses conduct themselves in the global marketplace.
Britain's Bulldog Communications is field testing a high-speed ADSL2-plus broadband system it hopes to launch commercially before the end of the quarter.
China's adoption of a homegrown technical standard for third-generation (3G) wireless service might not be as done a deal as the industry had assumed.
Britain's Intec has received a contract to supply billing support systems to Pakistan's leading wireless company.
Harvard Medical School scientists who usually use placebos to test a new treatment's effectiveness have conducted a trial testing placebos.
Motorola and NTT DoCoMo said they have jointly developed a high-speed downlink packet access that can be used for WCDMA networks worldwide.
The surviving Baby Bells -- Verizon, Bell South and AT&T/SBC -- have disclosed that they may someday charge new fees to digital businesses, sites like Google and Yahoo!, that generate substantial traffic on the Internet. ...
Radar satellites such as ESA's Envisat and ERS-2 maintain constant watch on the Earth's surface, their signals able to cut through clouds, rain or darkness. This surveillance extends beyond the land to the 71% of the planet ...