Fighting to stay relevant as telephony, television, and the Internet merge, telecom giant Verizon is installing new switches and fiber that could provide all of tomorrow's media services--whatever they turn out to be.
A new study found cancer patients treated with a new drug survived two months longer than those treated only with chemotherapy. With FDA approval and more detailed research coming out, Avastin could become the next hot cancer-fighting medicine.
After years of legal wrangling, the Australian recording industry and file-trading company Kazaa clash over the legality of peer-to-peer networks.
Microsoft's foray into television slowed, but it hasn't disappeared. With the Media Center and MSN TV, the gap between TVs and PCs has nearly closed.
The FCC helped refill the coffers of a fund used to upgrade technology in schools, allowing a backlog of more than 4,000 requests to be completed.
Virtual collaborations for sharing data and insights are increasingly key to scientific success. When they work, that is.
The spending bill Congress pushed through over the weekend includes a provision that will increase the number of foreign high-tech workers that U.S. companies can hire each year. Critics say the measure will make it more difficult for tech workers to find jobs.
Investment by Thompson could help Microsoft's avoid another clash with the European Union, while helping entertainment companies push forward with digital rights management software applications.