Sony pledges three more years of PS4
Hints at Vita successor, too.
Picks up Israel-based subsidiary.
New York art and technology centre Eyebeam has unveiled an open-source project that enables people to build their own multi-touch table-top interfaces similar to Microsoft's Surface.
The communist island of Cuba has entered the 21st century by lifting a ban on the sale of personal computers - although Internet connectivity is still a privilege reserved for the ruling class.
Microsoft has missed its 29th April deadline for offering Windows XP Service Pack 3 without an MSDN subscription due to a conflict with their Retail Management System software.
HP Labs has announced experimental proof of the existence of a building block for electronic circuits dubbed the 'memristor', which could lead to instant-on computing.
Virgin Media has partnered with the BBC to offer iPlayer content via their video-on-demand service - straight to your TV, no PC required.
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has described the famous giveaway of 'In Rainbows' as a "one-off" that is unlikely to be repeated.
Newspapers have revealed a device given to law enforcement agencies by Microsoft which allows users to bypass security features built into Windows.
Intel is entering into a partnership with high-performance computing legends Cray to create a next-generation supercomputer - and it could well be Nehalem-based.
According to figures released by pro-file sharing group TorrentFreak, the tiny single-file BitTorrent client uTorrent is experiencing rapid takeup - and is responsible for the majority of P2P traffic.
Lars Ulrich is apparently planning a Radiohead-style digital release for Metallica's first album after the end of their contract with Warner Music Group.
InPhase Technologies has finally launched a product based on holographic storage - a technology the company has been promising for the past eight years.
Apple is to use Immersion's VibeTonez technology to introduce haptic feedback to the iPhone, hoping it will improve the usability of the keyboard.
If you own a website and would like more control over what information gets displayed when you pop up in search results, the new Yahoo SearchMonkey project might be of interest.
Microsoft's MSN Direct division has announced that it has sold the last Smart Watch device, and it has no plans to ever create any more SPOT-enabled wristwear.
Storage manufacturer Seagate is celebrating its one billionth hard drive, and reckons it'll be able to double that in just five years time.
Microsoft has announced the availability of two new exclusive Extras for its flagship Windows Vista Ultimate OS - but don't get too excited.
American memory manufacturer STEC has announced a new range of solid-state drives which use the 1" form factor for maximum modding potential.
Lee Kun Hee, the chairman of the Samsung Group at the centre of an investigation into bribery and tax evasion offences, has stepped down from the company.
New South Wales has become the latest part of Australia to ban high-powered laser pointers, with punishments of up to fourteen years in prison for transgressors.
The Greater Manchester Police force has launched a Facebook app which it hopes will allow all those switched-on social networkers to "help with their enquiries."
Microsoft has released a security advisory alerting customers to the possibility for a privilege escalation attack against all current Windows releases - including Vista.
Apple has just been granted a patent on a method for enhancing the atmosphere of online shopping using a virtual environment that doesn't sound a million miles away from Second Life.
Five AT&T stores across the US are playing host to a public demo of Microsoft's Surface multi-touch desk-based computing concept today.
Mandriva has announced the release of the 2008 Spring edition of their popular desktop Linux distribution, with plenty of new features - and immediate support for the Asus EeePC.
Microsoft is still trying its best to beat Google at its own game, with the launch of a new aggregation add-on to its Live Search service. Has the company cracked it - or just cracked?