WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama was credited by supporters with thrashing a corporate giant when BP Plc agreed to his demand to commit $20 billion to help those affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
The three-keyboard enterprise digital assistant device will run Windows Mobile 6.5 and go on sale in September.
The fiber optic cable networks linking the world are an essential part of modern life. To keep up with ever-increasing demands for more bandwidth, scientists are working to improve the optical amplifiers that boost fiber optic signals across long distances. Optical amplifier research is...
Majority of states saw their unemployment rates drop in May, but the widespread declines were mainly...
The Eriez ® AC operated series of high-speed feeders have been designed for exceptionally high-speed feeding of light, bulky materials.
Leaks that are too large for an absorbent pad, especially those in tight spaces such as under machinery and pipes, can be effectively contained using the new Oil Eater absorbent drip pan.
LONDON (Reuters) - Global sales of electric vehicles are set to rise this year due to worries about security of oil supply, the environment and fuel costs, UK consultancy J.D. Power said on Friday.
Computer Imprintable Label Systems' CIL8200S metalized polyester range of chemical resistant labels allow variable data to be added in-house using a thermal transfer printer.
Just about any article or newscast about wildlife coated with oil in the gulf region mentions Dawn — the only detergent recommended for cleaning the hundreds of afflicted pelicans, gulls and gannets.
The Environmental Protection Agency says it will wait until this fall to decide whether U.S. car engines can handle higher concentrations of ethanol in gasoline.
A new review of Eastman Chemical Co.'s policy lists 10-year targets as a 25 percent reduction in energy intensity and 20 percent reduction in greenhouse gas intensity.
LONDON (Reuters) - BP CEO Tony Hayward may cling on after Thursday's mauling by U.S. lawmakers over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, investors and analysts said, while chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg looked less secure.
( University of Leicester ) Engineers at the University of Leicester are taking the unusual step of learning from architecture in order to design safer electrical systems.
Scientists are concerned over the environmental impact of "the most vigorous methane eruption in modern human history."