(PhysOrg.com) -- For decades, scientists and farmers have attempted to understand how a bacterial pathogen continues to damage tomatoes despite numerous agricultural attempts to control its spread.
(AP) -- Take-Two is confirming that its RockStar North studio is deep in development of the next installment of the wildly popular "Grand Theft Auto" shooter series.
(AP) -- A federal judge ruled Wednesday evening that Sprint Nextel Corp. and a regional cellphone company can sue AT&T Inc. over its acquisition of rival T-Mobile USA.
A team of University researchers will get their hands on some of Europes fastest supercomputers in a bid to crack Einsteins theory of relativity and help describe what happens when two black holes collide.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Some people may consider them pests, but ants are key to many plants survival.
Nuclear fusion is a virtually inexhaustible source of energy, and for decades now scientists have been working on exploiting it. A process that continues to present difficulties in laboratories on Earth has been running smoothly ...
On a bluff overlooking the Atlantic, Grady Koch spent a month watching ocean winds.
Startup Tapjoy on Thursday set out to woo smartphone and tablet computer lovers with a marketplace that makes it easy to find and use applications suited to their tastes.
If you feel overwhelmed by social media, you're hardly the first. An avalanche of new forms of communication similarly challenged Europeans of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Pulsars are among the most exotic objects in the universe. They resemble gigantic atomic nuclei and rotate around their own axis at an incredible speed. These cosmic beacons mark the end of massive suns. Theoretically predicted ...