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An analysis published in a prestigious science journal debunks the argument that firearm restrictions do more harm than good.
For patients with chronic conditions, wireless blood tests could one day provide instant access to important health data, with minimal use of needles.
Police are still investigating the cyberattack on Wednesday that affected broadcasters and banks in South Korea, but the country's Communications Commission has revealed that the hacking originated from a Chinese IP address.
Commercialisation Australia has responded to claims that government grants, like its own, are too difficult and time consuming to apply for.
BERLIN -- The outdoors come indoors at hotel Huttenpalast, where trailers and cabins serve as hotel rooms inside a former vacuum cleaner factory.
Established in 1829, the Philadelphia Flower Show is the largest exhibition and show dedicated to the $34.3 billion U.S. floral and landscape industry.
The Singapore telco has expressed "full faith" in its associate Bharti Airtel, whose chairman was among several key telecom executives summonsed by an Indian special court, regarding the allegedly corrupt allocation of 2G licenses.
A British Petroleum representative is being accused of rewriting almost half of the firm's environmental records on popular online encyclopaedia Wikipedia.
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has launched two new robots in the Australian National Museum that will give students remote tours via the National Broadband Network.
Sixty seconds online and millions of users -- what happens in a minute on the web?
Could Mark Hurd be leaving Oracle to run Dell as it goes private? A new report suggests the possibility at least.
The latest Apple iOS software fix, designed to fix a nasty bug in which unauthorized users could bypass the lock screen and access user data, contains yet another major flaw.
Google's latest mobile creation is reminiscent of another popular app that is slowly but surely creeping up on the Internet giant.
Every month, Microsoft releases security updates on Patch Tuesday. To help you manage these releases more efficiently, Ed Bott tackles six key questions and provides the extra details all IT pros should...
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Oracle's fiscal third quarter misses on many fronts as revenue comes in way short of expectations. Hardware systems sales continue to fall.