Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world's largest contract microchip maker, said Friday it would invest more than nine billion US dollars building a new plant on the island.
(PhysOrg.com) -- In extreme environments, some materials quickly recover from being hit by energetic ions, while other materials are permanently scarred, according to scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, the ...
Starting Monday, July 19 through Tuesday, July 27, 2010, the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation will conduct a scientific coral reef survey in Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles. The main objective of this project is to ...
USA Today owner Gannett said Friday that net profit surged in the second quarter on a strong performance from its television and digital properties and an improved print advertising climate.
Organised crime gangs are using carbon emissions trading schemes as fronts for money-laundering, experts warned Friday.
When British climbing legend George Mallory took his iconic 1921 photo of Mount Everest's north face, the mighty, river-shaped glacier snaking under his feet seemed eternal.
(AP) -- Computer maker Dell Inc. said Friday it's getting closer to settling investigations by regulators into its accounting and the actions of CEO Michael Dell.
Augmented reality tours of real monuments, instant visualisation of virtual objects on living cityscapes and user-generated, digital story telling around famous landmarks are just some of the new applications made possible ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- You know the type: self-aggrandizing, self-indulgent and self-absorbed.
(AP) -- Turkey on Friday unveiled its first drone airplane, a surveillance craft able to fly for 24-hour stretches over the rugged mountains where Kurdish rebels are waging a deadly insurgency.