A congressional subcommittee has asked Purdue to continue looking into allegations of misconduct related to sonofusion research in the university's School of Nuclear Engineering.
Few have been unaffected by the rapidly increasing price of gas, which has inched its way up toward $4 a gallon in some parts of the United States. And consumers aren’t feeling those effects just in their wallets, a Florida ...
The exclusive club of magnetic elements officially has a new member—carbon. Using a proton beam and advanced x-ray techniques, researchers at the Department of Energy's Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) in collaboration ...
According to a new report, demand for IT employment is high, but the supply of workers is lacking, and one of the reasons listed is that "tech just ain't cool."
Hewlett-Packard's so-called "proactive" services, which it will offer to customers directly and through its channel, are geared to users with 50 or more blades in the data center.
The company behind the popular Java development platform, Spring Framework, gets a new round of money to move forward.
Language in the President Bush's budget requires that online auction houses such as eBay share personal data with the IRS. Privacy groups cry foul, saying this will only increase data theft and phishing scams.
The company continues its focus on online services with Red Hat Exchange, an online service that delivers pre-configured, integrated stacks for 14 business applications.
Microsoft says it plans to release a tool called Microsoft Office Isolated Conversion Environment to help protect users of Office 2003 from exploits.
The most detailed portraits ever of the Earth's land surface have been created with ESA's Envisat environmental satellite. The portraits are the first products produced as part of the ESA-initiated GlobCover project and are ...