After years of research and a great deal of argument, the World Health Organization has classified cellphones as possibly carcinogenic.
A senator known for his opposition to unnecessary government spending has hit out at the National Science Foundation in a 73-page report.
Apple's control of the mobile app market is set to continue for at least three years, according to projections from IHS Screen Digest.
Arctic sea ice concentration was at its second-lowest ever in March, according to data from NASA.
Many of the staff at an FBI cyber investigation unit lack basic skills, a Justice Department report has found.
Despite the way China's economy continues to expand, its energy use is likely to level off in the next couple of decades, say researchers at Berkeley Lab.
The US is complacent about its ability to cope with earthquakes, says the National Research Council, which has today released a 20-year road map for increasing resilience to quakes.
Microsoft's recent take-down of the Rustock botnet saw spam levels drop by a third during March, according to Symantec unit MessageLabs.
China is set to overtake the US as the world's scientific 'superpower' as early as 2013, a major study from the UK's Royal Society has concluded.
NASA's computer network is open to potentially catastrophic hacking attacks across the internet, its inspector general Paul Martin has warned.
Campaigning group Privacy International is accusing Skype of putting its users at risk through a series of security holes.
Trying to legislate against online piracy is pointless, according to a report from the Social Science Research Council. Instead, it says, companies could reduce piracy significantly by cutting prices.
Almost half of mobile device owners use their device to get some sort of local news information - but only ten per cent of them pay for it.
Climate change could have major implications for the US Navy, a report from the National Research Council has warned.
Mobile augmented reality is set to rocket over the next four years, according to analyst Juniper Research.
Apple's latest audit of its suppliers has found 37 'core violations' of its code of conduct, up from 17 this time last year - but not to worry. Management at Foxconn, it says, 'definitely saved lives' during the spate of suicides at its Hon Hai plant.
The US risks falling behind in science, warns Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, unless science teaching is improved.
A European Commission study has found that parental control programs function poorly when filtering Web 2.0 content such as social networking sites or blogs.
ASUS is the greenest notebook manufacturer, according to Greenpeace, which has released a report on the most environmentally-friendly computers, monitors, phones and televisions.
More than seven trillion SMS messages will be sent next year, according to ABI Research.