(AP) -- Nintendo is partnering with the American Heart Association to promote its popular Wii gaming console.
(AP) -- A partial power outage at the International Space Station briefly interrupted Monday's spacewalk, knocking out robotic camera views of the two astronauts as they worked to install a spare antenna.
Microsoft will pay VirnetX Holding Corp. 200 million dollars to settle patent infringement cases brought against the US software giant, the companies announced on Monday.
Australia on Monday said it would open more than 30 new offshore sites for oil and gas exploration, despite concerns from environmentalists that they could clash with marine sanctuaries.
Electronics makers worldwide face a shortage of liquid crystal displays used for large-screen televisions due to soaring demand, particularly in emerging markets such as China, Sharp said Monday.
The National Oceanography Centre in Southampton is conserving energy and reducing its carbon footprint - by harnessing the cooling power of seawater.
Mitsubishi Electric launched Monday a "smart grid" pilot project that aims to boost the stability of electricity supplied from weather-dependent sources such as solar and wind power.
New images of iron-based superconductors are providing telltale clues to the origin of superconductivity in a class of ceramic materials known as pnictides. The images reveal that electrons responsible for the superconducting ...
In 1988, a mysterious invader washed upon the New Jersey shore. The Asian shore crab likely arrived in ballast from commercial ships, and it found its new home to be quite agreeable. More than two decades later, the crab, ...
Today's computers rely on powerful graphics processing units (GPUs) to create the spectacular graphics in video games. In fact, these GPUs are now more powerful than the traditional central processing units (CPUs) - or brains ...