GPS phone apps gaining ground

I got my first GPS device just two years ago, and I like it a lot. Nonetheless, I'm ready to replace the gadget with something better: my phone.

Microsoft-Yahoo deal to face tough antitrust probe

(AP) -- The Internet search partnership between Microsoft and Yahoo faces a tough antitrust review in the U.S. and overseas, with approval likely hinging on whether the marriage would foster more competition with market ...

Microsoft going after Google's home turf

Microsoft, by entering into a partnership with Yahoo!, is seeking to do battle with Google on its home turf and in one of the few arenas it has failed to conquer -- the Web.

Tech gadgets that make travel easier

When my wife and I went on our honeymoon last year, some friends couldn't believe that we were posting pictures and updates to our Facebook and Twitter profiles while we were supposed to be relaxing. But for us, and many ...

Whose 5 stars? Online 'user' reviews get scrutiny

(AP) -- The Web site said an herbal remedy could cure cancer and offered miraculous firsthand accounts. One woman offered to "share my experience": The formula had routed her lymphoma, sparing her radiation treatment, she ...

Life Underground Critical to Earth's Ecosystems

(PhysOrg.com) -- "I wonder if I shall fall right through the Earth!" mused Alice-in-Wonderland as she tumbled down the rabbit-hole." How funny it'll seem to come out among people that walk with their heads downwards! The ...

High-tech swimsuits are 'bad news', expert says

Joel Stager, director of the Counsilman Center for the Science of Swimming at Indiana University, says it's about time elite swimmers come around to the idea that high-tech swimsuits are bad news.

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