The U.S. Justice Department has approved a $3.6 billion deal for the carrier to buy airwave capacity from cable companies.
Apple's relationship with Google recently reached a new low. The Cupertino, California, company announced it would drop Google Maps from the iPhone in favor of its own software and retire the YouTube app from the start screen of its mobile devices.
The technique could help patients with currently untreatable diseases such as Huntington's.
The fledgling U.S. wind industry would be significantly set back if the credit isn’t renewed.
We now know what Facebook is up to in Sub-Zero — the mini data center it’s building right beside its 330,000-square-foot Prineville, Oregon, facility: It’s reinventing the way it does emergency backup.
Police in Australia are investigating a breach of half a million credit card numbers that reports say was conducted by the same gang that struck the Subway restaurant chain in the United States.
When it comes to storing information, hard drives don’t hold a candle to DNA. Our genetic code packs billions of gigabytes into a single gram.
We’re reaching a tipping point where mobile access to the Internet is surpassing access from traditional wired workstations. It’s even more pronounced in mobile-first markets.
Tim Berners-Lee created the web as a better way of sharing academic research. But it soon morphed into something much, well, larger.
North Korea could build an arsenal of up to 48 nuclear weapons, several times more than it has now, if the communist state were able to step up its program unchecked, a US think tank said Thursday.
Microsoft co-founder turned global philanthropist Bill Gates on Tuesday launched a search for a new toilet better suited to developing countries.
Amid one of the worst outbreaks of West Nile virus ever seen in the U.S., officials in the Dallas area of north Texas have declared war, launching all-out chemical warfare on mosquitoes.
Twitter has horrified third-party developers by hinting that it will in future limit their size by preventing them having more than a certain number of users, as part of a wide-ranging shift in the company’s strategy
Australian scientists said Friday there was now “striking evidence” of extensive southward migration of tropical fish and declines in other species due to climate change, in a major ocean report card.
US emissions of carbon dioxide blamed for climate change fell in 2011 and have slipped to a 20-year low this year as the the world’s largest economy uses more natural gas and less coal, data shows.
Successful experiments in mice offer new hope in the search for the elusive male birth control pill, researchers report today.
New research strengthens the link between physical attributes and baby-making potential
A massive cosmic cataloguing effort released a new crop of star and galaxy data last week, noting the locations and brightnesses of hundreds of thousands of objects. Now you can fly through some of them in this new video -- click past the jump for a
A week after NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory landed the Curiosity rover on Mars we've already seen some amazing images.
it detects pheromones and triggers corresponding basic-instinct behaviors, from compulsive mating to male-on-male death matches.
Why does chemotherapy seem to work at first, but then cancer tumors cells grow back even more aggressively while the body becomes resistant to chemotherapy?[ blowback
Along rocky coastlines of the Arctic Ocean, a radical change is taking place, perhaps as profound as vanishing sea ice but less evident to the eye.
Many astronomy fans are focused on the Perseid meteor showers this week and pilots at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center are no different.
A crucial test for the Air Force’s experimental Mach 5 missile has ended in failure, according to the Air Force. Tuesday’s test is also the third time the hypersonic X-51A Waverider cruise missile has fallen short. But this time could be the last.
Self-piloted drones may be able to land or fly almost anywhere -- even aircraft carriers -- but they need some complex navigation skills to do it, including the somewhat existential ability to know where they are in the world.
Dusky sharks do not live in the Pacific waters near the Republic of Kiribati. Neither do spottail sharks, nor the aptly named bignose sharks. But they used to live there at one point in the past
A mystifying trick of the sun, inappropriately interfering with particles on Earth, could be used as an early-warning system for solar flares, a new study says.
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A massive, indoor hurricane simulator could save your life
Sentro Tech's 1600oC versatile all-in-one high temperature furnaces facilitate operation of firing cycles where atmosphere condition can be altered during operation cycle, from oxidizing, (such as air to inert atmosphere), or argon/nitrogen to rough