It lets users know what their friends are up to and also serves as an alert service for breaking news.
The Anthropocene epoch would mark the period when humans became the predominant force over the Earth's environment.
At least 100 domain names sold for more than $100,000 last year.
Size and efficiency score points for Toyota's redesigned mid-sized vehicle.
A Web browser bows out as a data boom rumbles on
Comets and asteroids made of similar stuff, a bird needs more than plumage to pick a mate, and nanotech builds a better radio.
Columnist Tom Regan discovers what his children already knew: You don't need cable when you can watch your shows on the Internet.
Researchers are eager to study millions of online gamers that live in 'virtual' communities such Second Life, hoping to gain insight into our 'real world' behaviors.
Polar ice meltdown continues, scientists find source of galactic antimatter, new palm tree's crown is its own undoing.
In the hunt for 'authenticity,' some companies are using photos from social networking sites in ad campaigns.
Problems at One Laptop Per Child show how social entrepreneurs can blaze trails but miss the payoff.
Researchers find that humans have changed significantly in just the past 1,500 years or so.
Complex technology and staunch patent enforcement help keep ink prices high. Still, some low-cost alternatives can be found.
Partnering with LG, the mail-order movie rental giant will stream movies to set-top HDTV boxes.
The 2008 version should shake up the sedan scene.
The whale's tiny ancestor, how global warming may be hurting plants' carbon-fixing ability, and the mystery of Mars's missing limestone
Phone companies are on the run, and – look out! – Apple is plunging into movies. Privacy, meanwhile, is out the window. And watch for the emerging battle of the software titans: Microsoft vs. Google.
Bringing Internet openness to the closed wireless world is bold but difficult, analysts say.
The Vectrix, available at a handful of dealers across the country, is the latest entry into the American scooter market. Trust us: you'll be wearing a torque-happy grin.