Combining the companies' cell phone operations would create Japan's second largest handset maker.
Beginning next week at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, game companies will show off several new mechanisms for playing games.
Cell phone makers say they have settled a patent complaint over mobile technology that Motorola brought to the U.S. International Trade Commission earlier this year.
Chrysler's Canadian workers haven't received word they'll be building Fiat's Lancia-brand luxury vehicles, but union leader says it would be ?perfect? for its Ontario plant.
Dayton Superior, an Ohio-based manufacturer of construction products, will locate a manufacturing plant and distribution center in Braselton.
Company will close its plant in Ardmore, Okla, that makes dental implant products by the end of the year, affecting 125 employees.
OUAKAM BEACH, Senegal (Reuters) - Saliou N'Diaye comes from a long line of once-wealthy Lebou fishermen who call the Cap Vert peninsula on Africa's western tip home. But he hopes his children don't follow him to the sea.
CompuMed partners with a nonprofit group to put heart monitoring devices in school health centers.
Fire officials say two contractors and one employee of the Interplastic Corp. were doing maintenance work on a 16,000 gallon tank when the flash explosion occurred.
A federal judge dismissed claims by a group of expatriate Iraqi Kurds that the chemical company Alcolac Inc. illegally sold chemical-weapons materials to the Saddam Hussein regime.
LONDON (Reuters) - Prices for European carbon emissions allowances reversed earlier losses on Friday, but range-bound trade is expected to continue in the afternoon, traders said.
New “DEKALB Yield Chasers” Program Rewards DEKALB Corn and Sorghum Yield Contest Winners
The newest images of the Gamburtsev Subglacial Mountains (GSM) have been presented at the International Polar Year conference in Oslo. Scientists from the British Antarctic Survey are part of the team that mapped the ice-covered mountains in unprecedented detail.
( Clemson University ) With a new twist on an old idea, two Clemson University environmental engineers are developing ways to store "waste" energy underground to cut heating and cooling costs and reduce carbon emissions.
( EUREKA ) Making ground-source heat a cost-effective alternative to fossil fuels has long been a dream for countries that depend on energy imports and need to cut their CO2 emissions. A team of businesses and researchers in Slovenia and Serbia set out to develop the heat pump...