Yahoo's beleaguered board has written a rumoured $1.1 billion cheque to buy the social blogging site Tumblr.
The US software jobs market might have grown by nearly 64,000 jobs last year, but as the workforce expanded, the average size of workers' pay checks declined by nearly two percent.
It’s taken a long time for a legitimate Judge Dredd movie to come along, and we finally got one with Dredd last year.
Even though we cover a lot of technology here on TG, I for one would like to state for the record that I hate cell-phones. It also infuriates me that with so many cell phones, Blackberrys, and iPhones out there, you still can’t get your messages returned or get anyone to pick up the phone to save your life.
After languishing on an ancient customized version of Android for quite some time, Google TV is finally set to get a long-awaited upgrade with a new version of the operating system.
I still have very fond memories of Beavis and Butthead, and used to watch it faithfully every night on MTV when it was the hottest thing since sliced bread. Creator Mike Judge was clearly no one hit wonder, going far beyond B & B with King of the Hill, Office Space, Idiocracy, and more.
Scientists have created the first global topographic map of Saturn's moon Titan, giving researchers a valuable tool for learning more about one of the most Earth-like and interesting worlds in the solar system. The map was recently published as part of a paper in the journal Icarus.
Lego has confirmed it will be rolling out three new Mindstorms model kits just in time for the summer.
Can math models of gaming strategies be used to detect terrorism networks? The answer is yes, at least according to a paper in the SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics.
Blackberry was the most powerful smartphone vendor just a short decade ago. Indeed, the corporation managed to translate its massively successful two-way pager business into what was ultimately dubbed the Crackberry, simply because people were so addicted to them.
Frustration led to revelation when Rice University scientists determined how graphene might be made useful for high-capacity batteries.
IDC's worldwide storage tracker has noted that the personal and entry level storage market has shot up 73.4 percent year on year - reaching 20.2 million units shipped in Q1 2013, with shipment value growing 54.1 percent at $1.8 billion.
A new window into the nature of the universe may be possible with a device proposed by scientists at the University of Nevada, Reno and Stanford University that would detect elusive gravity waves from the other end of the cosmos.
NASA's first mission to sample an asteroid is moving ahead into development and testing in preparation for its launch in 2016.
The type of sensors that pick up the rhythm of a beating heart in implanted cardiac defibrillators and pacemakers are vulnerable to tampering, according to a new study conducted in controlled laboratory conditions.
Generating electricity isn’t limited to burning things, making steam, or harnessing the power of wind, wave, and sun—even though these are by far the most common ways of doing so.
LEGO are near and dear to the heart of any adult who played with them as a child, but if you’re looking to build a collection for your own kids, you’ve likely noticed that the price for a single set has gone up. Way up.
AMD has won a rather unusual legal battle involving a small gang of AMD defectors who gave in to the dark side of the Force and joined Nvidia.
Dell's quarterly net profit has slipped 79 percent as the company endures the struggle to see who will carve up the majority share and in which direction it will be taken.
After years of being in the shadow of a Mexican millionaire, Bill Gates is back to being the world's richest man again.