Behind every wave of disgust that comes your way may be a biological imperative much greater than the urge to lose your lunch, according to a growing body of research by a UCLA anthropologist.
London's Royal Academy of Engineering suggests that someday a terrorist will be able to read personal details from a distance and set a bomb to go off when a particular person gets within range.
The PC vendor is looking to increase its services offering by creating a new division that will focus on developing and managing the infrastructure of data centers.
Chairman Kevin Martin says his goals are to create a "level playing field" for frequency use and to make sure the industry isn't overregulated.
Microsoft is working with Cisco and EMC/Smarts to help users monitor their systems, networks and devices more cohesively.
Microsoft has announced the release of a software development kit for its Visual Studio Tools for Applications tool set; the company also released a new Office Business Application Reference Application Pack.
The company's URL filtering and classification software offers compliance and mobile security protection tools for wireless operators and service providers.
Company execs said consumers can expect better music software and more phones for T-Mobile and Cingular subscribers.
We get an early demo of Microsoft's radical new ZenZui user interface for mobile devices.