Two years after passing a law making it illegal to unlock cell phones, the Library of Congress has passed a new law, now making it legal. This will allow phone owners to potentially switch carriers if they choose to.
The FTC is warning wireless carriers to stop charging their customers for unwanted purchases. This practice, called 'cramming,' is getting on peoples' nerves.
The 2015 Cadillac ATS will feature wireless charging powermats for mobile phones. This will require a compatible smartphone with wireless charging functionality.
New study reveals infants pick up on a mom's fear through an odor released during a fearful event. The research demonstrates infants can learn early in life.
Back in 2012, a deadly solar storm moved passed Earth. If it had hit the planet, we would still be feeling the effects up to this day due to damages and a $2 trillion loss.
Thunder, a new software application, allows neuroscientists to quickly analyze vast amounts of data from brain research.
Print out 3D models of spacecraft, planetary surfaces, asteroids and more at home, using blueprints recently made available by NASA.
Researchers have devised a simple test that assesses a person's gait and memory to determine if they are facing potential dementia. The test, say researchers, is critical for communities where high-end diagnostic capabilities are not within reach.
Seismic guns firing off the east coast of the United States could have save people from tsunamis, but what will be their effect on marine wildlife?
Daniel Nickerson has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain cancer and support from around the world came in. He received 100,000 cards and a message from Justin Bieber.
Researchers found a new virus that is present in half of the world's population. The virus, called crAssphage, is suspected to play a role in obesity and weight management.
According to a new study, sleep deprivation makes people remember false details. If this is true, what could be the legal implications on the reliability of sleep-deprived eyewitnesses?