(AP) -- A color version of Amazon.com Inc.'s Kindle e-reader may come eventually, but it won't be soon.
(PhysOrg.com) -- The first full-duration simulation of a human mission to Mars is about to begin. After closing the hatch, the crew of six will remain in their 'spacecraft' for 520 days.
Climate change is making Mount Everest more dangerous to climb, a Nepalese Sherpa said in Kathmandu Tuesday after breaking his own record by making a 20th ascent of the world's highest peak.
Hong Kong labour activists said Tuesday they plan to kick off a worldwide boycott of Apple's newest iPhone after a spate of suicides at a southern Chinese factory that makes the iconic device.
The sprawling solar installations gobbling up California's deserts have a new competitor, one that claims to generate more energy at lower costs while using less open space. Known as concentrator photovoltaics, or CPV, the ...
US computer giant Dell said Tuesday it will begin selling a tablet computer in Britain in June called the "Streak" which is powered by Google's Android operating system.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Recent studies support the idea that the standard methods of screening men for prostate cancer leave much to be desired, particularly in terms of their inability to have much effect on prostate cancer survival.
The Times and Sunday Times on Tuesday unveiled new-look websites as they prepare to become the first UK national newspapers to charge online readers for content.
Nitro PDF Software on Tuesday released a free reader built to break rival Adobe System's grip on the world's top digital document format.
(AP) -- Microsoft is announcing the departure of the president and another key executive from the group that makes its Xbox 360 game system, Windows mobile phones and Zune media players.