(AP) -- It's been a busy week in professional football, with a couple of big, controversial stars - Brett Favre and Michael Vick - joining NFL rosters. No worries, though, for John Madden, because both men are already set ...
After a three-year slog Colombian scientists have revved up a car that runs on yucca-derived ethanol, spurring hopes that the Latin American staple could be transformed into an abundant fuel.
(AP) -- AT&T Inc. is telling federal regulators it played no part in blocking the Google Voice phone program from running on Apple Inc.'s iPhone.
Lichens are the classic example of a symbiotic relationship. Both the fungal and photobiont components of the lichen benefit from the relationship and often are unable to survive without each other. Recent research by Dr. ...
Hurricane Bill was raining on Bermuda on Friday, August 21, 2009, and NASA satellites were providing forecasters with information about Bill's rainfall, clouds and winds.
(AP) -- A small icon of Chad Ochocinco's smiling face is the doorway to the receiver's latest media venture.
IC348 is a glowing nebula of young stars, hot gas, and cold dust seen in the direction of the constellation of Perseus. It is the nearest rich cluster of young stars to earth, being only about one thousand light-years away. ...
Facebook on Friday said it is letting celebrities, businesses and others with public pages at the social-networking hotspot instantly turn status updates into tweets at Twitter.
Media giant News Corp. is holding talks with other newspaper publishers on forming a consortium that would charge for news online and on portable devices, The Los Angeles Times reported on Friday.
(AP) -- A federal appeals court in New York says Yahoo's LAUNCHcast music service is not "interactive" enough to require separate licensing deals with recording labels.