There's been a sharp rise in global CO2 emissions over the last ten years, despite reductions by industrialized countries.
After a long, long wait, European music streaming service Spotify is finally launching in the US today.
The US government asks Google for user data more than twice as often as any other, says Google, and is more likely to get its own way.
European online music streaming service Spotify may be coming to US shores, through a deal with Facebook.
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.
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.
Radiation from Japan’s damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant is already reaching the US, and is more difficult to predict than the weather, say University of Maryland atmospheric scientists.
Massive snowstorms like those that hit the US and Europe last winter are likely to become more frequent, says the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), thanks to global warming.
On a mission to modernize, the US government is eyeing an Internet-based healthcare system for easy sharing of health related data between doctors, medical institutions and patients.
The US risks falling behind in science, warns Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, unless science teaching is improved.
Ford has announced it's to introduce its fuel-saving start-stop technology pretty much across the board in the US.
The US is amongst the most expensive countries on the world for cellphone service, a study from a non-profit public policy institute has found.
The US government is considering emulating an Australian program that allows internet service providers to alert customers who have fallen victim to spambots.
US broadband adoption is slowing to a virtual crawl after several consecutive years of modest but consistent growth.
Heat waves like the one now roasting the Eastern Seaboard are likely to become commonplace over the next 30 years, say scientists at Stanford University - even if global temperatures rise by only one degree Celcius.
The US is taking its gloves off in the fight over intellectual property, and says it plans to go after foreign websites that encourage piracy.
Chinese computing power has leapfrogged Europe and Japan, with a new supercomputer ranked as the world's second fastest.
The US is still the world's worst spam offender, with 13.1 percent of the lovely stuff being relayed through the country.
Spotify looks set to start US operations this fall, taking its music streaming service out of Europe for the first time.
Apple has announced that the Wi-Fi version of its so-called "magical and revolutionary" iPad will be available for sale in the US on April 3.