Ancient Buddhist murals found in Nepal

Murals depicting the life of Buddha and painted 800 years ago have been discovered in a cave in a remote area of Nepal, a report said.

Web Alarms, Mobile Alerts Aim to Make You Safer

From emergency message networks that can reach 100,000 people within minutes to alarm systems that allow you to monitor your home over the Web, new technologies are aiming to make U.S. consumers feel safer.

Nano Gets No More Damages from Canon in Panel Suit

A U.S. court rules Canon does not have to pay additional damages to Nano-Proprietary over the violation of a patent license used to develop a new kind of flat-panel display.

Studios Face Tough Battle Protecting Hi-Def DVDs

Hollywood studios may find it impossible to squash a Web-based movement to facilitate the illegal copying of high-definition DVDs, even though the law is on their side, because the information has already been distributed ...

Italy worried about summer drought

A state of emergency has been issued in central and northern Italy as the country braces for the possibility of a drought.

Akamai Gains Traction with Web App Acceleration Service

Akamai Technologies on May 7 will launch a range of enhancements for its Akamai Web Application Accelerator designed to bolster the managed services offering as an alternative to in-house application acceleration deployments.

Intel Preparing Q3 Launch for 'Caneland'

The launch of Intel's multiprocessor platform for servers will complete the company's transition to its Core microarchitecture, first introduced in 2006.

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