Hewlett-Packard on Monday announced plans to cut tens of thousands of jobs over the next three years as it digests its recent purchase of EDS.
The company expects to replace roughly half of these positions over the next three years to create a global workforce that has the right blend of service delivery capabilities to address the diversity of its mar...
Dr. Seuss had it right with "One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish." Only put the emphasis on red.
Scientists have found that red is a favorite color among some fish and have discovered several that actually fluoresce in the vibrant hue.
How well can you see in color?
Prominent members of the ruling coalition led by Silvio Berlusconi have recently launched a concerted campaign for the rehabilitation of fascism.
GM Officially unveiled the Chevy Volt today, to which I asked, “Again?” To clarify this time it’s the “Official Launch” and the first time industry outsiders we be given a full look at the mysterious vehicle scheduled to go on sale in 2010.
Both presidential candidates have now issued answers to a series of questions about science policy, Senator Barack Obama having done so in late August and Senator John McCain on Monday.
Eva Longoria Parker isn't pregnant, "she's just fat," says her "Desperate Housewives" co-star Felicity Huffman.
In its brief lifespan of only 13 days, Hurricane Ike wreaked great deal of havoc. Affecting several countries including Cuba, Haiti, and the United States, Ike is blamed for approximately 114 deaths (74 in Haiti alone), and damages that are still being tallied, with estimates topping $10 billion.
AT&T just sent out an 8,000-word update to its service agreement, and it's full of all sorts of lovely, anti-customer things. For example, now people will only be given a 30-day notice of price increases when it's "commercially reasonable." Also, you can't sue AT&T. In fact, according to the LA Times, the whole thing might...
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan offered a woeful outlook of America's economic situation on Sunday, saying the crisis with the country's financial institutions was as dire as he had ever seen in his long career, and predicting that one or more of those institutions would likely collapse in the near future.