The leaking of 114,000 private email addresses by Goatse Security was carried out through a simple attack on badly-designed software, according to Praetorian Security Group.
The world’s most powerful microscope is now peering away at tiny things at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Microsoft, Intel and Google have teamed up with ISPs and others to create a broadband technical group advising on net neutrality and other issues.
A South Korean rocket which was launched yesterday has crashed, a local news station reports.
Gaming can give you the reaction time of a fighter pilot but the fitness of a 60-year-old, according to a study.
Second Life creator Linden Lab is making some big changes, announcing plans to make its virtual world browser-based - and laying off 30 percent of its staff.
A team at the Swiss Institute of Technology in Zurich has developed intelligent robots that can dock with each other and fly in a swarm.
As most manufacturers are gingerly increasing their 3D TV sizes over the span of a few months, Panasonic has already announced shipment of a 3D set that is twice the size of any other commercial unit on the market today.
114,000 private e-mail addresses have been leaked to the Internet, courtesy of a significant security flaw in the way AT&T stores iPad customer data.
After numerous developers noticed that their apps were disappearing from the Android Market, Google has fixed an apparent internal bug and apologized for not keeping its developers in the loop.
Sony has confirmed the imminent launch of the first 3D games for its Playstation 3 (PS3) console.
Hulu is reportedly planning to roll out a subscription service for multiple devices, including the Xbox 360 and iPad.
Sony recently showcased a touch-panel capable of generating tactile feedback by detecting the amount of pressure applied to a mobile smartphone display.
An XDA-Developers forum member known as Charnsingh_Online has coded a CyanogenMod patch that enables 720p recording on Google’s flagship Nexus One smartphone.
AdMob CEO Omar Hamoui has criticized Apple for effectively banning third-party iPhone data collection.
Zynga has launched a new Facebook game set in America's Wild West that allows players to "tame" the wilderness, raise a family and help build a frontier town.
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Patent applications are at all time high but it's not the inventors who are making the gains.
Twitter is testing a new URL shortening feature that it says will improve security - and that could also give Twitter a lot more saleable information on its users.
One of the interesting things that seem to happen when the industry undergoes a change is that the owners of the prior technology seem to do everything they can to validate the move rather than resisting it.