In a groundbreaking new study, researchers from the University of Michigan and Harvard University use cutting-edge brain-scanning technology to explore how different regions of the brain are activated when we think about ...
More then 17 million homes in the United Kingdom -- nearly 70 percent -- use digital TV, the most of any nation in the world, according to a report by Ofcom.
It was only time before someone would have broken the barrier between Apple's Mac and Microsoft XP.
A natural physical process has been identified that could play a key role in secure sub-seabed storage of carbon dioxide produced by fossil-fuelled power stations.
Scientists have confirmed that climate warming is changing how much water remains locked in the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets, according to an article published in the Journal of Glaciology.
A Canadian government panel is expected to recommend easing regulations in the telecom market when it releases a major report next week.
Patton Electronics began shipping an analog phone adapter for Voice over Internet Protocol that the company says is the smallest on the market.
Paragon Wireless has started shipping what it called the first dual-mode wireless phone for the Chinese market.
Rambus has licensed chip technology to IBM for use in the production of Cell Broadband Engine (Cell BE) processors for computers and consumer electronics.
We've all been there: You're in the record store and want to try something new, but the only thing looping through your head is the Top 40 radio station. Step away from the Jessica Simpson album. Internet music engines are ...