The home router sits undisturbed by those who know better than to touch it. Valet is a new wireless router designed for people who are tired of being intimidated by a blinking box.
AT&T is cranking up efforts to improve its network quality as Apple prepares a new version of its iPhone able to run on rivals' wireless networks.
Theater owners are scrambling to divvy up the tight supply of 3-D screens as three movies— "How to Train Your Dragon," "Alice in Wonderland" and "Clash of the Titans"—collide at the box office this weekend.
Users trying to access the site in English and Chinese reached the home page but were unable to complete searches.
Microsoft, Google and other companies are pushing to protect private information from government access.
The company is bringing in journalists, some from traditional outlets, to create more original content.
Octopus, Hong Kong's payment card, is aiming to grow in mainland China, where it is being positioned to handle everything from all-in-one bill payments to birth registration and social security.
A federal jury decided in favor of Novell in an ownership battle over Unix computer-server operating systems.
Recall of product, sold as a dietary supplement, containing undeclared aildenafil as well as the drug phentolamine.
(DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory) A new pulsed magnet technique developed for ORNL's Spallation Neutron Source shatters previous field strength limits for pulsed neutron scattering experiments. Science, medicine and engineering will at ORNL for its annual Biomedical Science and...
Xerox veteran Anne Mulcahy plans to retire in May, with handpicked successor Ursula M. Burns adding the company's chairmanship to her duties as chief executive.
(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) The cosmos is filled with color, and color is a key in determining age, chemical composition and how far objects are from Earth. To help identify these colors and objects the James Webb Space Telescope will be using a spectrograph called NIRSpec....
Mathematical models reveal the dynamics of bacterial communities behind afflictions that bleach and kill coral.
Xerox Corp.'s chief executive will try to copy the success of her predecessor now that it's her company to run.CEO Ursula M. Burns — the first black woman to lead a company as big as Xerox — will add the role of chairman when Anne M. Mulcahy, 57, retires May 20.That will leave Xerox without the...
A jury has decided in favor of Novell Inc. in an ownership battle over Unix computer server operating systems following a three-week trial in U.S. District Court in Salt Lake City.The jury ruled that Waltham, Mass.-based Novell owns copyrights to Unix, even though it sold licensing rights for...