Harvard scientists have solved the puzzle of how to generate a special form of wave in small electronic devices, allowing the electrical equivalent of the pulses of light that carry signals through optical cables.
In an effort to attract subscribers, Napster will offer a new service allowing music fans to listen to over 2 million tracks up to fives times each for free.
One of the largest and most anticipated U.S. science construction projects of the past several decades has passed its most significant performance test. The Department of Energy's Spallation Neutron Source, located at Oak ...
NASA Astronaut Eileen Collins, the first woman to command a space shuttle, has announced her retirement.
Machines can respond to simple electronic commands such as "stop," "start" and "grind," but they are not very good at figuring out complex orders or unstated common sense.
Computer forensics graduates have been in high demand since the field first appeared and now the demand is growing even larger.
A promotional offering by Ireland's Smart Telecom of free Voice over Internet Protocol calls has been withdrawn due to excessive interest.
New Zealand's communications minister has extended the deadline for comment on plans to regulate termination rates for wireless phones.
A cell-phone service will allow families to keep better track of their children.
Computer-security professionals at the weekend were working on what is being described as a just-emerging IT problem -- the kind which, if the pros are correct, potentially could imperil all e-commerce across the globe. Hackers ...