Doha conference extends Kyoto Protocol

The UN climate change talks in Doha have ended with a commitment from developed countries that they'll help pay for the costs of climate change for poorer nations.

Shipping at risk from GPS jamming

GPS jammers are threatening shipping, a conference in the UK has been warned.

Defcon trains child hackers

At the ripe old age of 19, Ryan Clearly, arrested in the UK last week over a series of high-profile hacks associated with LulzSec, is positively long in the tooth.

Conference hears 'overpowering' evidence on cellphone dangers

Cellphones disrupt DNA, impair brain function and lower sperm count, say scientists from Turkey, Russia and Israel, who present their results at a conference today in Turkey.

Robots to dance the do-si-do

The SIGCSE Symposium is mostly about sharing ideas for computer science education and evaluating different curricula. But this year, the organizers are aiming to make it just a bit more fun, with a robot hoedown and rodeo.

Robots strut their stuff at virtual technology summit

Robotics Trends has announced a star-studded lineup of robots and other cutting-edge technologies to be showcased at an upcoming Virtual Conference & Exposition on June 16, 2010.