Florida officials reportedly will postpone revising the state's new science-education standards for a year, delaying an explosive evolution debate.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Dell Inc. will hold a one-day recycling event in New Orleans for equipment destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
A team of scientists led by physicist Fred Streitz has been awarded the 2005 Gordon Bell Prize for pioneering materials science simulations conducted on the world’s fastest supercomputer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Lying far above the Arctic Circle, the Russian archipelago of Novaya Zemlya is one of the most remote places on Earth, which is precisely why these mountainous, wind-swept islands were used as the Soviet Union’s main nuclear ...
Intel today announced plans to build a new 300-millimeter wafer fabrication facility at its site in Kiryat Gat, Israel. The new factory, designated Fab 28, will extend Intel’s manufacturing leadership by producing leading-edge ...
Telecom companies in Uganda are reportedly growing suspicious about the government's perceived reluctance to finalize a new telecom policy.
The 18th annual World Aids Day was observed Thursday around the theme "Stop AIDS, Keep the Promise."
Who says free software is worthless? Last year the developers at Mozilla took on the aging Internet standard, Microsoft's Internet Explorer, and had an instant hit on their hands with Firefox 1.0. A large reason for this ...
Following video-game industry expectations, Japanese console maker Nintendo has announced that it will be including parental-control features in its upcoming Nintendo Revolution video-game console.
Harry Potter and George Bush shared the personality spotlight among bloggers in 2005.