Christopher Kraft and Eugene Kranz have been named to the list of NASA's first generation of explorers honored as Ambassadors of Exploration.
Greater openness is needed to boost innovation in the computer software industry and economic growth worldwide, a research group reported Monday.
Microsoft is the latest company to be subpoenaed by chip maker Advanced Micro Devices for its antitrust lawsuit against rival Intel Corp.
Eircom may finally be close to finding a partner and saviour, ending months of searching and speculation on the part of analysts.
Iridium Satellite, KDDI Network & Solutions, and Pioneer Navicom have completed air trials of a helicopter tracking system in Japan.
BellSouth has launched a secure e-mail system to cater to the needs of small businesses.
Although they have concerns about privacy, consumers believe that personalization technology – such as direct-mail marketing and filling out forms on Web sites – is here to stay, according to a research project conducted ...
Yale University scientists say how people express their views exerts a contagious, strong influence on other people, often without them even realizing it.
University of Oklahoma researchers say U.S. men involved in paternity disputes are more often right when they strongly believe a child is theirs.
Laboratory discoveries by scientists at two universities may lead to new directions in cancer therapy drugs. The researchers have discovered that a genetic switch involved in growth and development of an animal is the same ...