Adobe has launched the latest iteration of its Flash Player (10.1) for smartphones running Android 2.2 (Froyo).
ThinkGeek gets a cease and desist letter from the other white meat lawyers on behalf of aggrieved pigs heading to slaughter.
RIM's Blackberry smartphone has become synonymous with corporate America. But does the advent of Apple's iOS 4 herald the end of a Blackberry-dominated era?
People trust Apple more than Facebook, and Google more than Twitter, according to a poll from Zogby Interactive.
Apple is collecting the precise, real-time location of iPhone and iPad users, and passing it on to other organisations.
A new, virtual sperm and egg bank has been created, enabling really, really shallow people to breed.
More than 30 states are considering joining an investigaton into Google's unauthorized collection of Wifi data from its Steret View cars.
A new material that gets thicker, not thinner, when stretched is being developed to provide better protection from bomb blasts.
UC Irvine researchers have created the first 'plastic antibodies' and successfully tested them in mice.
After continuously dismal reaction to Verizon's fiber-optic TV service, the provider has decided to give customers the option to cancel risk-free within 30 days of signing up.
The first-ever Nascar race to be broadcast in 3D will be presented on July 3, available on TV exclusively through DirecTV, but it will also be streamed live in 3D on Nascar's Web site.
Judging by its marketing, the Internet's most popular site is curing all ills and helping mankind achieve a state of enlightenment, naked on the Internet.
After an extraordinary mess with last week's iPhone 4 pre-order system, some of the lucky users who were actually able to get an order in are now being told their order was canceled.
Every time you punch in a lyrics search, or Google a specific artist or song, Google wants you to pay them to buy that music. That's the idea behind a new Google music store that is likely to launch later this year.
As heated pressure continues to build in the e-reader war, Amazon has cut the price of its standard Kindle 2 model to $189, a reduction of nearly 50% since it was launched just one year ago.
Apple has released the latest iteration of its mobile operating system for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
US Senator Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) has attempted to downplay a bill that would grant the president authority to shut down swathes of the Internet during a national emergency.
Nokia is reportedly prepping an ARM-powered tablet PC for a fourth quarter launch.
Androids may dream of electric sheep, but a Bluetooth controlled ‘bot designed by Hideyuki Takei and Reo Matsumura is certainly no ethereal fantasy.
The US military has successfully flight tested a GPS-guided Scorpion munition which was deployed at an altitude of 5,000 feet from a C-130 aircraft.