The streaming-music service may move into Africa with a deal offering free data, according to a report, after already pervading Europe and launching in the Americas.
A California Academy of Sciences researcher trekked through the rain forests of Tanzania in search of the Rhynchocyon udzungwensis, the newest mammal to join the elephant shrew group. They may not look like elephants, but they do have evolutionary ties to the pachyderm going back 100 million years in Africa. Scientists describe this species as having the legs of an antelope, the snout of an anteater, and the tail of a rat. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi brings us the first look at the cute little guy.
A former AT&T employee admitted to illegally selling "insider information concerning AT&T's sales of Apple's iPhone and RIM's Blackberry products," to stock traders.
MamaNatalie by Laerdal simulates the baby, uterus, blood, placenta, and all as a low-cost teaching aid for instructors and midwives.
Photography machines prompt yawns from the big cats, but capture stunning images for National Geographic.
An iPhone outfitted with a cheap ball lens showed 70 percent sensitivity in finding worm eggs.
The early stage clinical trial is small, but out of the 15 volunteers given the highest dose of a malaria vaccine, 12 are showing total resistance to the disease.
Apple and Samsung may be top dogs here in the US, but other smartphone makers are taking root around the world in a big way.
Researchers at the University of Florida are predicting the spread of malaria based on analysis of more than 21 million cell phone calls that track where and how often Zanzibar residents travel.
Social scientists at the University of Southampton uncover telling trends in maternal health--during pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond--with online maps using UN and WHO figures.