The world needs fundamental changes to the global food system to feed the expanding population, according to a British government report out Monday on how to feed the planet until 2050.
(AP) -- A federal agency that oversees trade disputes has rejected Eastman Kodak's complaint that iPhones and BlackBerry camera phones infringe on its digital-imaging technology.
A research effort designed to prevent the introduction of viruses to blue crabs in a research hatchery could end up helping Chesapeake Bay watermen improve their bottom line by reducing the number of soft shell crabs perishing ...
(AP) -- Texas Instruments Inc. on Monday posted fourth-quarter results that narrowly topped forecasts, and the chipmaker said it is now past a "short and shallow downturn" that hit in the second half of last year.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Berkeley Lab researchers have carried out the first experimental demonstration of GRIN plasmonics, a hybrid technology that opens the door to a wide range of exotic applications in optics, including superfast ...
Microblogging sensation Twitter is expected to rake in $150 million in advertising revenue this year, according to a study published Monday.
A new scientific study shows that debris coverage -- pebbles, rocks, and debris from surrounding mountains -- may be a missing link in the understanding of the decline of glaciers. Debris is distinct from soot and dust, according ...
New research led by UC Davis scientists provides insight into why some body organs are more susceptible to cell death than others and could eventually lead to advances in treating or preventing heart attack or stroke.
Eric Schmidt, Google's outgoing and outspoken chief executive, has been consulting with a CNN producer about hosting a television show, the New York Post reported Monday.
Location-sharing service Foursquare on Monday announced that its ranks grew by 3,400 percent in the past year and that it now has more than six million registered users.