About 12,000 women in the U.S. are prone to cervical cancer each year. Though it was a second leading cause of death in American women years ago, today it is identified as preventable if detected early.
Wonder how to stay agile as you grow older? Simple. The answer lies in practicing bilingualism from a young age.
A New York State Commission has recommended the privatization of the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA), the electricity provider for Long Island and the Rockways that was slow to restore power to the customers following Superstorm Sandy in October.
Analyst firm Gartner has increased its forecast for the worldwide IT spending in 2013 to $3.7 trillion in 2013.
Finally, the curtains are all set to rise above the much-awaited Steve Jobs biopic, "jOBS," starring actor Ashton Kutcher.
Microsoft has acquired start-up id8 Group R2 Studios Inc. to bolster its expansion into technology focused on home and entertainment.
A consortium led by POSCO and China Steel Corp. is acquiring a 15 percent stake in ArcelorMittal Mines Canada Inc.
The Venezuelan government has rebutted the rumors that President Hugo Chavez’s health condition is rapidly deteriorating.
The Pakistan government released eight Afghan Taliban prisoners Monday with hopes of invigorating the peace process in Afghanistan.
BART, TriMet and Broadway Shuttle will run extended services to enable the New Year partygoers to return home safely.
Al-Qaeda has apparently announced a bounty of $160,000 for the head of the U.S. ambassador to Yemen.
Sales of electronics, clothing, jewelry and home goods in the two months to Christmas increased by a tad 0.7 percent.
Ravi Shankar Memorial Service: Tributes Pour In For Sitarist; Daughter Norah Jones Leads Mourners (PHOTOS)
A mourning service organized at the Self-Realization Fellowship Center in Encinitas, San Diego, Thursday, where the musician had resided for last two decades, paid a fitting tribute to the late sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar, who passed away Dec.11, following complaints of breathing difficulties.
Facebook (Nasdaq: FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg has done it again! Zuckerberg has donated liberally to a charity in Silicon Valley.
Fugitive software tycoon John McAfee who is wanted for questioning over the murder of his American neighbor in Belize, arrived in Miami Wednesday night.
Pandit Ravi Shankar, the legendary sitarist described as the "godfather of world music" by Beatles guitarist George Harrison, has died at 92.
Transit companies are increasingly investing in security systems that can actually record your conversations.
"Les Miserables," the musical, which has received favorable reviews thus far, hit a new high as its cast and crew arrived in New York City Monday for a rousing premiere.
The Rolling Stones' lead singer, Mick Jagger, showed the world once again on Saturday night why he's still the best frontman in popular music. Even more impressive, he proved the point at a U.S. concert that's part of the group's tour celebrating their 50th anniversary as a band.
Tracking drones in the U.S. airspace has become much easier thanks to the interactive map constructed by the Electronic Frontier Federation (EFF) using data obtained from the Freedom of Information Act Lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
The Oct.3 data breach of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. that led to attack on computer network and compromise of personal information has resulted in jeopardizing the interests of over 1.1 million people.
Twitterrific 5 for iOS, launched Dec.5, comes with a revamped user interface that offers a bright vision of Twitter and allows customization options designed to appeal to a wide range of audience.
The Geminids Meteor Shower peaks overnight Dec.13 and Dec.14 and good visibility of showers is likely to happen.
When visiting a public place and using the restroom facility, ever wondered what is taking people such a long time to exit the restroom and what is the reason behind the long queue? Well, it appears now that the culprit is Social Network, especially Facebook and Twitter.
Fleetwood Mac plans to tour again in 2013. The 34-city tour encompassing the United States and Canada commences in Columbus, Ohio, April 4 and winds up in Detroit June 12.
The flu season in the U.S. this year got off to its earliest start in nearly a decade.
A leader of the BitTorrent group IMAGiNE that engaged in unauthorized online file sharing was sentenced to a 40-month prison term Nov.29, which is identified as the largest file-sharing punishment in the U.S. till date.
Actor Gary Busey has apparently emerged from a bankruptcy case when some of his debts were declared discharged Dec.2.
Google has acquired storage firm BufferBox for a reported $17 million, providing a boost to its online-commerce ambitions.
After the release of Windows 8 in October, Microsoft is working on a new operating system -- Windows Blue, The Verge has reported.