A Chicago-based Web design company said Monday they are searching for the "worst Web site." Intechnic Corporation, a Web development company, announced as a publicity campaign they will award who they deem the "worst" business ...
Oil companies, levees and the burrowing nutria have been blamed for destroying Louisiana's marshes -- and now a new culprit arrives: the periwinkle snail.
A team of researchers has just discovered a new macroscopic physical phenomenon governed by a quantum law: quantum magnetic deflagration. The discovery, published in November in the American journal Physical Review Letters, ...
Ohio State University scientists have thought of a new way to solve an astronomical mystery, and their plan relies on a well-connected network of amateur stargazers and one very elusive subatomic particle.
Motorcycles collectively emit 16 times more hydrocarbons, three times more carbon monoxide and a “disproportionately high” amount of other air pollutants compared to passenger cars, according to a Swiss study to be published ...
Merger-and-acquisition activity in the global software industry will remain robust in 2006, Standard & Poor's said Monday.
Iridium Satellite said Monday Britain's Royal National Lifeboat Institution has started testing a maritime safety system using its network.
A former Verizon Wireless executive has been named to the Smith Micro Board, the company announced Monday.
The Australian bank acquiring Taiwan Broadband Communications plans to expand TBC's range of services for Internet and cable television subscribers.
Legislation to convert the U.S. market to high-definition digital television by 2009 was approved Monday by the House of Representatives.