An online survey conducted by IBM suggests that more people are turning away from their television and turning to the internet as the primary place for media usage.
Apple has announced that T-Mobile, Orange and O2 will carry the iPhone in the UK later this year.
Stare out into the vastness of space right at your desk. Google Earth's newest version will allow you to explore constellations, planets and much more.
The memory type that replaces flash memory in many applications could be MRAM, which has been in R&D since the 1990s.
Laptop HDDs are quickly catching up with the storage capacity of their desktop brethren as Toshiba has announced the world's first 320GB 2.5" HDD.
Following on the heels of the Skype outage last week, rival company JAJAH has announced a surge of more then 50 percent in registrations.
Another punch has been thrown at Apple's iTunes Music Store as Walmart has launched its own download service. The question is whether or not it will land.
Over the weekend, Skype users around the world had problems connecting to the service. Apparently the problem behind the outage was... mass reboots?
The 21 year-old Sydney man who uploaded the first known pirated copy of "The Simpsons Movie" was caught by Australian police this past Friday.
Old, discarded products, that is. Sony and Waste Management have teamed up to open 75 eCycling centers across the US - a country known for normally backward recycling practices.
If you're one of the environmentally conscious out there, then carbon-free webhost Solar Host might be to your liking.
As on-demand video services boom, UK ISPs threaten to tax the companies behind them. Is net neutrality becoming a problem here too?
Pop your battery out of your mobile and check the model number. Nokia has issued a recall due to overheating issues.
On August 15, the doors to Google's online video rental and purchasing service will close after only being open for the past 19 months.
Four and a half years into the making, Novell wins copyrights lawsuit over the Unix operating system.
Nvidia has reported a record revenue of £460 million for the second fiscal quarter of 2008. Wow!
An enthusiast group of Segway fans and owners have disbanded citing a lack of growth and group activity as the primary reasons.
Universal Music Group will begin to sell its music without DRM through a variety of services - but not iTunes.
Microsoft has been sued by porn company Perfect 10 over thumbnails made by MSN's image search.
Microsoft has introduced a new special edition Halo 3 Zune that will be available to US troops.
An LCD screen that will track a user's movements and then make adjustments to give an optimal picture has been developed by researchers at a Taiwanese university.
The British Government has pulled all of its advertising from the popular social networking site, Facebook.
From picking locks to uncovering undercover reporters, Defcon 15 was full of events this year.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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