anti-virus software - a program that finds and removes viruses from a computer
app - a self-contained program or piece of software; an application, especially when downloadable to a mobile device.
application - a self-contained program or piece of software
backup - a copy of files from a co
Cats have soft pads on the bottom of their paws to enable them to move smoothly and run quickly.
Cats have sharp claws to help the cat to grip when running and climbing trees.
Sharp claws and soft pads allow the cat to hold onto and grip its prey effectively.
The sharp claws of the cat are retr
Bowel cancer patients may avoid the need for colostomy bags if they are first treated by having an expandable tube inserted at the site of their blockage, cancer doctors have said.
The new approach, presented at the world's biggest cancer conference, showed that the tube, or stent, cut the ris
Researchers have found that the chickenpox virus may actually be a seasonal disease, with more cases reported in the spring, according to a study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
To identify chickenpox rates, the researchers turned to an unconventional source:
The museum-ready system, which was introduced in the 1970s, is finally being upgraded because of "obsolescence concerns".
A system used for controlling some of America's ballistic missiles and nuclear bombers is run from a 40-year-old computer which still uses floppy disks, a report has revealed.
Astronaut Jeffrey Williams says "that's space business" after he is told to abandon his task after two hours.
NASA has halted an attempt to inflate an experimental room at the International Space Station (ISS) after hitting a snag.
Mission Control told astronaut Jeffrey Williams to abandon his tas
The UK competition watchdog has reviewed cloud storage services used by millions to store family photos, films and music.
The UK competition authority has ordered a shake-up of "cloud storage" services used by millions of Britons to store family photos, films and music via smartphones and tablets.
From printing emergency shelters to lifejackets, the potential to provide onsite assistance in disaster zones is expected to rise.
By Emma Birchley, Sky News Correspondent
The use of 3D printing in disaster zones is transforming the way communities can be helped to rebuild after a crisis.
NHS Sees Record Overspend Of More Than £2bn
Trusts have come under pressure to make financial "adjustments" to their books as they are set to record the worst deficits ever.
NHS trusts in England have reported a record overspend with figures revealing they are £2.45bn in the red.