Industry heavyweights Intel and Motorola joined forces to advance WiMax technology based on proposed uniform broadband access standards known as IEEE 802.16e.
The Duke Power Co. has announced it is planning to build two nuclear reactors designed by Westinghouse Nuclear Services.
Cell phones are becoming even more ubiquitous in Britain, where the devices can now be purchased from vending machines.
Amazon.com said Thursday it has concluded its fulfillment services agreement with drugstore.com.
American tech business groups are hoping the World Trade Organization will prompt a crackdown on intellectual-property piracy in China.
Nokia said Thursday it will work with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to research on mobile computing and communications technologies.
Walking into a store, snagging a piece of game software from the shelves and purchasing it at the register may be about to change in the next few years. Recently, several firms have broken away from traditional retail models ...
France Telecom said Thursday it will sell its 34-percent stake in Centertel to Telekomunikacja Polska.
Satellite equipment maker KVH Industries said Thursday it has created the world's smallest stabilized marine satellite TV system.
Los Angeles County swimming beaches this summer reportedly contained the highest levels of bacteria measured during the last five years in California.