FIFA's president apologized to England and Mexico for "refereeing mistakes" and said it would be "nonsense" not to consider changes to video-technology use.
MapQuest was long the leader among websites giving people online directions, but Google Maps surpassed it in 2008.MapQuest wants those eyeballs back.Starting Tuesday, the Denver-based mapping unit of AOL Inc. is testing a fresh look with features that some might say make it look a whole lot...
Premier Talent Management Event to Highlight Importance of Talent Intelligence September 13-16 in ChicagoJune 29, 2010 1:05 am | by The Associated Press | Comments
Taleo Corporation (NASDAQ: TLEO), the leading provider of on-demand talent management solutions, today announced the agenda for its annual customer conference, TaleoWORLD 2010 (http://www.taleoworld.com/2010/) , with keynotes from global thought and business leaders including General Colin...
Google will change how Chinese users access its search service in a bid to renew its license from the government.
Government support to Israeli farmers has fallen over recent years but a number of market distorting policies are still in place, according to a new OECD report. More efficient water resource management remains a critical challenge, the report adds.
A presidential memorandum aims to make available for auction some 500 megahertz of spectrum.
Like Google and Facebook, Apple has been confronted with Germany’s privacy laws, among Europe’s stiffest.
Documents show that Dell was aware of bad components in millions of computers sold from 2003 to 2005.
Apple said it sold more than 1.7 million iPhone 4 smartphones within the first three days of its launch.
Amazon.com Inc. said Monday that Kindle software for reading the electronic books it sells is now available for phones that use Google Inc.'s Android system.Amazon's Kindle e-book reader is the most popular device of its kind. The company also makes free Kindle software for other devices,...
A new study is believed to be the first to show experimentally that competition could be a factor in regulating ecological communities regardless of the intensity or frequency of disturbance.
In the murky world of the Internet, how do you ever really know who you're talking to, who you're buying from or if your bank can actually tell it's you when you log in to pay a bill? Amid growing instances of identity theft, bank account breaches and sophisticated Internet scams, the government is looking for ways to make those transactions in cyberspace more secure.
Batteries might gain a boost in power capacity as a result of a new finding from researchers at MIT.
Stieg Larsson copycats take note: The slow rise of electronic books is paving the way for more safe-bet fiction blockbusters and serial-type books, at least in the short term, according to some book experts. With book sales stagnating in recent years, the nascent e-books market has thrown the industry into turmoil.